Monthly Archives: February 2014

Which archaeologists have the oldest camels?

via The Latest Challenge to the Bible’s Accuracy: Abraham’s Anachronistic Camels? | Christianity Today. NPR: Archaeology Find: Camels In ‘Bible’ Are Literary Anachronisms Daniel B. Wallace Advertisements

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Logos — The Eternal Word—William Barclay

From  The Daily Bible Study Series The Gospel of John Volume 1 by William Barclay (John 1:1-2) 1:1-2 When the world had its beginning, the word was already there; and the word was with God; and the word was God. … Continue reading

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The Outpouring of the Holy Ghost at Azusa Street Mission

  The Outpouring of the Holy Ghost at Azusa Street Mission.

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The Great Commission Part 3: Application

Originally posted on Daniel B. Wallace:
This is the third of three blogs on the Great Commission (Matt 28.19–20). In the first one I talked about the grammar of this passage and concluded that the standard English translation, “Go and…

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The Great Commission, Part 2: Historical Setting

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In a previous blog (“The Great Commission or the Great Suggestion?”) we looked at the Greek construction of Matt 28.19-20 and concluded that the typical English translation, “Go and make disciples,” was pretty accurate.…

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The Great Commission or the Great Suggestion?

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I don’t know the source, but I suspect it is from a Christian magazine article written in the last 75 years. My guess is that this idea would have found fertile soil during the…

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A New Convergence

Originally posted on pub theologian:
A few writers, thinkers, pastors, and theologians (Brian McLaren and Eric Elnes, among others) note that a new convergence is happening within Christianity.  McLaren notes: “A new coalition is already happening, as existing organizations and…

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Koinonia – The Great Commission, Part 9 by Rick Joyner | MorningStar Word for the Week 2014

Koinonia – The Great Commission, Part 9 by Rick Joyner | MorningStar Word for the Week 2014.

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What Inspires Your Belief in God?–Dr. Fazale Rana

Reasons To Believe : What Inspires Your Belief in God?.

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Pentecostal Denominations Uniting After Nearly 100 Years of Division

Pentecostal Denominations Uniting After Nearly 100 Years of Division.

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