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The Rough Wordsmith

Commentators have noted that John is neither as eloquent a wordsmith as Luke, nor as polished a debater as Paul. He speaks slowly and uses small words—with a thick accent. Yet John is a genre-buster.

3 Ways God Helps You in Your Journey

The un-slumbering God is ever present to put himself under the weights of your struggles and pains, and get you through life all the way home.

  • Eric C. Redmond |
  • November 12, 2013 |
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Jude the Obscure

It’s easy to skip past Jude on your way to Revelation. Who was Jude anyways?

  • Jacob P. Massine |
  • November 12, 2013 |
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How should the Bible be read and interpreted?
How should the Bible be read and interpreted?

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Hard-Hit Neighborhood Hosts Public Reading of Job

A hard-hit neighborhood in the Rockaways hosts a public reading of Job, and wrestles with the book’s message

Ed Stetzer on Bible Study and Church Growth

“Christians must not come to church every week expecting the preacher to chew up their food for them,” says Ed Stetzer. “Growing and mission-focused believers are self-feeders.”

Does “All” Ever Mean “All” in Scripture?

Does the Greek word “pas” (each, every, any, all, the whole, etc.) ever mean “all” categorically and apart from any limitation? Examining a concordance will show that the term “all” is almost always limited to some category.

  • Founders Ministries Blog |
  • November 04, 2013 |
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Beware of Imitations

In his second letter, Peter warns against false teachers and false prophets. Who exactly were these false prophets and teachers, and what does Peter mean by “destructive heresies”?

  • Jacob P. Massine |
  • October 29, 2013 |
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Is the entire Bible really about Christ?
Is the entire Bible really about Christ?

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Chasing Unicorns in the Bible

There are unicorns in the KJV Bible—seriously. Unusual words sometimes present problems for translators. In the early 17th century, the study of Hebrew by Christian scholars was still in its infancy.

3 Voices, 1 Message

Like Lord of the Rings and The Matrix, the books of Chronicles, Ezra, and Nehemiah tell an extended story, divided into three parts.

  • Christopher R. Smith |
  • October 15, 2013 |
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Chasing the White Rabbit

Sometimes it seems like the biblical writers are chasing a random story, like Alice chased the white rabbit.

A Resurrected Servant 500 Years Before Jesus

A scholar friend of mine once remarked, “I must confess: if there is anything that convinces me that the Bible is inspired, and from God, it is Isaiah 53.” But who is this suffering servant?

A Resurrected Servant 500 Years Before Jesus

A scholar friend of mine once remarked, “I must confess: if there is anything that convinces me that the Bible is inspired, and from God, it is Isaiah 53.” But who is this suffering servant?

He Has Spoken: Replacing Pagan Hermeneutics

We're used to the enemies of God's Word mishandling the Bible. But a far worse problem is what its friends do.

What is the difference between general revelation and special revelation?
What is the difference between general revelation and special revelation?

For more information about Dan Darling, visit: www.danieldarling.com

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What to Say When There’s Nothing to Say

First Peter is about suffering. Certainly not a topic I like to read about or hear preached, but Peter casts it in a new light.

What is the meaning of "The Parable of the Sower?"
What is the meaning of "The Parable of the Sower?"

For more information about Joel Bradberry, visit www.hcfellowship.com. For more information about Christianity, visit www.christianity.com

How is the central theme of the Bible seen in the Pauline letters?
How is the central theme of the Bible seen in the Pauline letters?

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Seven Ways the Old Testament Deepens Our Love for Jesus

By connecting with the past of others, we connect better with them. The Old Testament connects us with Jesus’ past.

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Example: "Gen 1:1" "John 3" "Moses" "trust"
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