• Trinity
    Carmen Cristi of Philipians and the kenotic problem that faced the church as it sough to understand what manner of man this was who could calm the seas with a word. And what Word this man was who became flesh and dwelt among us. 95 jEn | ajrch'/ | h\n | oJ | lovgo", | En | arché | en...
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  • Ewwew
    Anabaptist Perspectives, edited by E rland W altner ( Ne wton: F aith and Life Press, 1990 ), 33-55; John E. T oew s, "To ward a Biblical Perspective on Peop le of Other Fa iths," Conrad Grebel Review (W inter 19 96 ), 1 -23 ; D ua ne K Frie sen, Artis ts, Citiz en s, Ph ilop he rs: S ee kin g th e Pe ac e...
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  • The Importance of Logos Christology in the Gospel of John
    most despicable ways for anyone who did not comply. Logos: The Word Made Flesh; The Word Animated by Spirit In verse 14 of the Prologue, “And the Word was made flesh, and dwelt among us, and we beheld his glory, the glory as of the only begotten of the Father, full of grace and truth,” John states...
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  • Qur'an Review
    LIBERTY UNIVERSITY A review and analysis of THREE THEMES FROM “THE QUR’AN” A NEW TRANSLATION BY M. A. S. ABDEL-HALEEM A PAPER PRESENTED TO DR. JAMES KING OF THE lIBERTY BAPTIST tHEOLOGICAL sEMINARY IN PARTIAL FULFILLMENT OF THE REQUIREMENTS FOR GLST 531-B02: INTRODUCTION TO ISLAM...
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  • Leaderskill
    Publishing. Kanagy, Conrad L. 1990. The formation and development of a Protestant conversion movement among the Highland Quichua of Ecuador. Sociological Analysis 51, no. 2: 205-217. Kennedy, John W. 2000. Out of the ashes. Christianity Today, 1 January, 67. Kinsler, F. Ross. 1977. The extension...
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  • Ministerial Integrity: Does It Wane or Glow with Time?
    critical issues of living a balanced, bountiful and beneficial life. He also brings to the fore the joy in terms of spiritual and economic benefits that can be gained from living a more integrated, moral, objective and beneficial life. Millard MacAdam assigns his reason(s) for writing this book as...
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  • Seventh Day Adventise
    , this new view argues that the remnant is by its very nature invisible. The best exponent of this position is Steve Daily. He calls us "to stop thinking of ourselves as 'God's chosen people' and start recognizing the existence and ministry of 'God's chosen peoples. It is a call to move from an...
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  • John
    generated, not from bloods, nor from body desire, nor from a man's decision, but born of God. 14And the Word became flesh, and moved his tent in among us; and we beheld his glory, the glory as of an only begotten from a Father, full of grace and truth. 15John testifies concerning him, and he cries out...
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  • Classics of Personal Devotions
    Christians God us no more real than He is to non-Christians Burn Out 1. From High Demand or Expectations 2. From Low Resources (no much assistance) 3. From Time - Sustaining # 1 and #2 for a long time Today’s Spirituality Ted Haggard, New Life Church, Former pres. of the NEA - called...
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  • Critical Analysis
    .” (John 1:13) Such believers were born spiritually by God’s doing, not as a result of having descended from Abraham and the Old Israel, nor by the will of their sinful nature, nor by the will of another person. “And the Word became flesh, and dwelt among us.”(John 1:14) Christ, the Word who is God...
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  • Act's Essays
    raises the dead; 10 who delivered us from so great a peril of death, and will deliver us, He on whom we have set our hope. And He will yet deliver us. (2 Cor 1:8-10) • Teachingfrom house to house” is probably a reference to home based Bible churches, therefore each elder would have been a pastor...
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  • Historical Review of Sound Ecclesiology
    partners – of Tamil ethnicity - was put in jail, suspected of acting with the terrorist rebels. Fernando writes that he felt “it was necessary for me to take him his lunch every day to the police station where he was held for 45 days. We may think that something like this takes us away from our work. But...
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  • Bg Palmer Leadership Paper
    -13) and after the Sabbath (Mark 1:32-34). He also raised people from the dead (Luke 8:49-56, John 11:1-44). Briner and Pritchard (1998) summarized the importance of Jesus’ teaching by connecting it to His mission: He shows us that teaching is not an interruption of the mission, but rather...
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  • New Testament Survey
    Peter 3. the needs of the early church 4. the evangelistic purpose of John Mark C. The Gospels are unique in near eastern and Greco-Roman literature. The inspired authors had the Spirit-led task of selecting from Jesus’ teachings and actions those that clearly revealed His character or purpose...
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  • Std
    Call to Abide. Minneapolis: Fortress Press, 1991 Stibbe, Mark W. G. John as Storyteller: Narrative Criticism and the Fourth Gospel, Monograph Series. Society for New Testament Studies; 73. Cambridge, England; New York: Cambridge University Press, 1992 Suleiman, Susan Rubin and Inge Crosman...
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  • Jesus & Quran
    ?" And they responded: "Look to us as the assistants of God." And in this way a portion of the children of Israel believed while the rest did not believe (Quran 61:14 @ critical French ed.) Q1. John the Baptizer, according to Matthew's Gospel, announced the coming of one who "will baptize you with...
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  • Key Terms
    drinking crusade. 42. John L. Sullivan the editor of the United States Magazine and Democratic Review who coined the name Manifest Destiny for the expansionist movement. He believed that it was the divine right of Americans to expand and became the expansionist movement. 43. James Naismith...
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  • The Death of Christ in Pauline Epistle
    Jesus’ suffering and death; and he develops the importance of Christ’s passion in context related to all aspects of his apostolic message especially his soteriology and Christology, eschatology and ethics. The atoning death of Christ is the work Christ did in his life and death to earn us salvation...
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  • Literacy
    Reader by Belinda Jack [Yale University Press, 2012]. The New Yorker, October 15, 2012) * From the website of California Literacy, Inc. "The literacy rate in the US has many educators in search of answers about this problem that has plagued our country for decades. Instead of decreasing, the...
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  • Study Guide for D&C 1- 76
    is very responsive. He is listening and he is eager to do it. And so he gives strange experiences. I think some actually do get unusual experiences and revelations.” (The Teachings of Spencer W. Kimball, 458) “All inspiration does not come from God (see D&C 46:7). The evil one has the...
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