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Read the Whole Bible as a Whole Bible: Rejecting Critical Source Theory and Reconciling Genesis 1 and 2

One of the great questions about the opening chapters of Genesis is the relationship of the two creation accounts. Are Genesis 1 and Genesis 2 two different accounts? 1,643 more words

Bible

Learning to Read the Old Testament: An Introduction

You can imagine the situation. You find a note on the ground from someone to someone else. There are reference you do not understand, phrases that pass beyond your understanding. 432 more words

Spiritual Reflections

Putting The Plan Into Action - Part 2

Last time I said that Jesus Christ is the Author of Eternal Salvation.  Hebrew 5:9 says He is such to those who obey Him, indicating conditions to obey.  1,337 more words

Jesus Christ

Video: Were Rebekah and Jacob Justified in Deceiving Isaac?

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Having read Jordan’s Primeval Saints I find that he interprets the life of Jacob through a different lens from a more recent reformation reading.

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Theological

What is a (science fiction) classic?

Chad Wellmon of the University of Virginia recently announced he is performing a trial run of an undergraduate science fiction reading group in line with a proposal that SF be recognized as a fitting component of liberal education. 1,291 more words

Worldview

Manuscript of my sermon at Central Church of Christ for October 7, 2018.

From our ongoing series, We Believe, using the Apostles Creed to help explain Christian basics. 3,234 more words

Bible

In Genesis 15:6, we find the earliest mention of three of the most important words which are used in connection with the sinner’s salvation

In Genesis 15:6, we find the earliest mention of three of the most important words which are used in connection with the sinner’s salvation, and most significant and blessed is it to see them here joined together. 670 more words

Arthur W. Pink