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Jesus Was Rejected for Teaching Predestination
"No one can come to Me unless the Father who sent Me draws him, and I will raise him up at the last day.” Read more
by Grayson Gilbert | The Chorus In The Chaos
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Hebrews—Enter God’s Rest. Don’t Put God to the Test.
One of my biggest spiritual problems is forgetting about what God has done for me in the past when facing trials in the present. I am not alone. Perhaps you face the same struggle. The Israelites... Read more
by Paul Louis Metzger | Uncommon God, Common Good
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Bible and Science
Stephen Jay Gould famously offered a solution to the religion v. science conflict: Consign each to its separate corner; they belong to separate domains; they don’t conflict because they don’t... Read more
by Peter Leithart | Leithart
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The Necessity of Tradition for Theological Interpretation - Part...
We need a positive view of tradition for the simple reason that the New Testament is both the product of a tradition and Bible generated a tradition. Read more
by Mike Bird | Euangelion
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Clarity Counts
Socrates loved Athens enough to stick with the community even when they decided they preferred him dead. One reason to kill him was his insistence on clarity. Are you listening, Christian? Read more
by John Mark N. Reynolds | Eidos
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