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The Book of Revelation – Part 79 – Application - Written for Seven Real Churches

Probably the greatest key to understanding the Book of Revelation, other than coming to an understanding of the book being a powerful vision of Christ, is to understand that it was written to seven literal churches in the first century in Asia Minor (Turkey today).  689 more words

The Person And Work Of Jesus Christ

Review! 'The Church of England and the First World War'

The Church of England and the First World War

by Alan Wilkinson

ISBN: 9780718893217

“…The spiritual effect, Wilkinson puts forward, reflected the experience of the people of Israel whilst in exile in Babylon. 75 more words


Steve Chalke takes on Bebbington's definition of evangelicalism

Steve Chalke certainly knows how stir the pot. His latest challenge to his wing of the church is to question the conclusions of David Bebbington… 457 more words

Religion & Spirituality

Just a Thought

The issue of predestination and free will is not an either/or situation; it is both/and. Some way, some how, we are both chosen and free simultneously, and that is a mystery that will never be understood by man, in this life, at least.


Moving forward while retaining ties to the past

I’m working through Richard Muller’s “Post-Reformation Reformed Dogmatics”. That’s a daunting title, to be sure, but given how these several generations of theologians (from say, 1550 to 1750) worked to codify the theologies of the Reformation, they were probably some of the best Christian thinkers in the history of the church. 313 more words

John Bugay

“Remove grace, and you have nothing whereby to be saved. Remove free will and you have nothing that could be saved.”
St. Anselm of Canterbury