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An Evangelist's Heart 

Do not be captivated by the beauty of the altar to the unknown god, but rather understand the heart of the evangelist employing it to preach the gospel.

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Exploring the Ancient City (Athens Travel Journal - Day Four)

11th May 2014

The Kerameikos is a little visited archaeological site in Athens. As I make my way there I can’t help but speculate that it is little visited because it is poorly sign posted. 2,249 more words

Archaeology

Athens Hills- Athens View

Athens is a city with a vast geographic diversity: sea, mountains, hills… In this chapter, I will tell give you more analytical information about its hills, which are offered for you to explore and admire the view during day and night. 548 more words

Acropolis

Why University Students Should Know Kuyper

“One desire has been the ruling passion of my life.  One high motive has acted like a spur upon my mind and soul.  And sooner than that I should seek escape from the sacred necessity that is laid upon me, let the breath of life fail me.   503 more words

Areopagus

Paul in Athens - Acts 17

Finding himself in this great pagan capital, Paul saw idol after idol.  He “reasoned” in the synagogue of course, but verse 17 says that he did so also in the marketplace every day.  510 more words

Christianity

Blogging With the Apostles: Cross cultural appeal. 

Acts 17

Paul arrived in Athens alone. As he awaited the arrival of Silas and Timothy, he toured the city and was amazed at the proliferation of idols he saw. 300 more words

Christianity

Sermon: The Known God

Sermon preached at St Luke’s Liverpool on Sunday the 6th of July.

The Known God from Acts 17:16-34 11 more words

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