Monthly Archives: February 2016

Experiencing Father’s Embrace – Kindle edition by Jack Frost. Free on Amazon.


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Kingdom Wealth – Kris Vallotton, Bethel Church – YouTube

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What is Crony Capitalism? – YouTube

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Kashiah Hunter and others “Sacred Strings” – YouTube

Latest videos from Del Grace for Feb 21, 2016

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Breaking Down the Walls

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The Number of Textual Variants: An Evangelical Miscalculation

Originally posted on Daniel B. Wallace:
In the Baker Encyclopedia of Christian Apologetics, by Norm Geisler (Grand Rapids: Baker, 1998; p. 532), there is a comment about the number of textual variants among New Testament manuscripts: “Some have estimated there…

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The Symposium at Purdue University

Originally posted on Daniel B. Wallace:
Just a quick note that I will be speaking at Purdue University on Friday, Feb 5, at 7 pm on the topic, “How Badly Has the Bible Been Corrupted?” Here’s the link: If you’re…

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President Obama 2016 National Prayer Breakfast FULL SPEECH – YouTube

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Mainline Death or Revival? – Juicy Ecumenism

Mainline Protestantism’s rich traditions that allowed it centuries of vitality could teach a lot to post-denominational Christianity. Source: Mainline Death or Revival? – Juicy Ecumenism

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Thomas Merton— from Theology of Creativity

Originally posted on St. John One: One:
Excerpted from an essay which first  appeared in 1960 in  The American Benedictine Review.  The creativity of the Christian person must be seen in relation to the creative vocation of the new Adam,…

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