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How Did We Get the Bible?: Part Two

Between Wycliffe and our next influential figure, several key historical developments took place. One was Gutenberg’s invention of the moveable type printing press in about 1450. 866 more words


Putting it in Words

In case you haven’t heard yet (if you’re friends with my husband, Jonathan, on Facebook there’s no way you haven’t!) we had some exciting news a little over a week ago.  287 more words


Review: Price of Privilege by Jessica Dotta

I’m just going to say it:


We may only be two weeks into 2015, but I’m pretty sure I already read one of the best books of the year. 621 more words


Annual Bible Reading, from Guest Blogger: Junior Duran

I didn’t become a Christian until I was 29. When I was growing up in a charismatic Christian household and I had a question about religious beliefs and practices I was told simply, “You just have to have faith.” That response wasn’t good enough for me before I was a Christian and I wasn’t satisfied with it after I became a Christian. 561 more words


Review of Abraham

In his book, Abraham: One Amazing Nomad’s Journey of Faith, Bible teacher and best-selling author Charles Swindoll takes an extensive look into the life of the patriarch of Israel. 182 more words

Book Review

The Old Fashioned Way: Tyndale Review

I am thrilled to have this book, The Old Fashioned Way, in my possession. First off, I want to thank Tyndale for allowing me to have the privilege to review this book for them. 482 more words