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Epimenides, Prophet from Crete

Epimenides, from the island of Crete in the eastern Mediterranean Sea, broke the rules that constrained human thinking in his time, opening a floodgate of inspiration that swept GSOT to a place and a level that could never have been anticipated. 1,469 more words

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Strategically Selling the Gospel

The effective ability to discuss and engage on spiritual matters goes beyond heart and conviction. It involves sensitivity, tact, and even strategic wisdom. The Bible gives us a blueprint for doing so. 1,114 more words


Ancient Agora of Athens

Exploring the Ancient Agora was a highlight of my visit to Athens. Everyone interacts with spaces differently; for me, I could feel the history here, and I tried to transport myself to a time when the site was a daily marketplace. 156 more words

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Climbing Areopagus

While visiting the Ancient Agora in Athens, I noticed an outcrop high on the hill to the south. I didn’t know what it was, but based on the number of people who were standing on it, it was clearly a popular destination. 139 more words

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Sermon - He Commands All People Everywhere To Repent (Acts 17:16-34)

Sermon ‘He Commands All People Everywhere To Repent’ (Acts 17:16-34) by David Smith is now available to stream or download: http://bit.ly/1spCuyY

Full Text of Sermon – Acts 17:16-34

Acts 17: 16-34 English Support Handout


St. Paul's Areopagus Confidence

Let’s pause and admire the serene confidence with which St. Paul stood and spoke in the Athenian Areopagus.


Fearless, first of all, because he knew that his speech appealed to something that dwells in the heart of every human being:  the desire for God. 243 more words