Biblical Inerrancy Among Evangelicals from 1900 to the Present – SoundCloud

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Paul and the Thessalonians

The letters to the Thessalonians were written to address questions of the second coming, laziness, offer encouragement in the face of intense persecution, what happens to those that have died, and the healthy use of spiritual gifts [1].  There were concerns among the faithful that those that have died would not participate in the second … Continue reading Paul and the Thessalonians

Book Review: The Dawn of Christianity

Over the course of my academic endeavors I have read may books on Church history.  I jump at the chance to read them, as inevitably, I come across something new that I never contemplated.  I am so infatuated with Church History that it became my focus as I completed my Master of Divinity.  I jumped … Continue reading Book Review: The Dawn of Christianity

Book Review: Under an Open Heaven

Under an Open Heaven Is written by Dr. John Johnson who is a professor of pastoral theology at Western Seminary.  Dr. Johnson also has over thirty years of pastoral experience.  The book is 264 pages long, and looks at thirteen selections from John's gospel that help bring new life to the people of Christ. The … Continue reading Book Review: Under an Open Heaven

Apostle Paul and the Book of Acts

Paul was the greatest missionary and evangelist in the history of the Christian church.  His background as a Pharisee gave him a great understanding of Jewish law.  He used this to his advantage on several occasions.  Though his greatest missionary trips were to gentile lands he used his rabbinical training to relate to Jews as … Continue reading Apostle Paul and the Book of Acts