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Review of 'Basic Introduction to the New Testament' by John Stott

John Stott, Basic Introduction to the New Testament, revised by Stephen Motyer (Grand Rapids, MI: Eerdmans 2017).

Reading the New Testament well requires seeing the forest and the trees.  295 more words

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11 quotes from 'The Cross of Christ' by John Stott (Part 1)

Since I got ‘The Cross of Christ’ by John Stott for my 21st birthday, every few years I’ve pulled it off the shelf, declaring “This is the year I will actually read this!” which has then been followed by a sorrowful “It’s too hard and the words are too big.” 714 more words

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Why Do Christians Evangelize?

Why do Christians want people to know about good news of Jesus? Many non-believers sometimes wonder, “Why do Christians want to tell people about Jesus so badly? 230 more words

The week Evangelicals began to take over the Church of England 

By Joshua Penduck

The Evangelical Movement has a long, established place within the life of the Church of England. Although it emerged at a similar time as the Methodist movement, it seems to have had a relatively independent genesis, through figures such as Samuel Walker of Truro, William Grimsargh of Haworth, and William Romaine of London. 1,430 more words

Triple Fulfillment

“To be more precise, the fulfillment of Old Testament prophecy is usually in three stages. First came an immediate or literal fulfillment. The second stage, in which we are living, is the gospel or spiritual fulfillment. 68 more words

Definition of Organic Inspiration

“The dual authorship of Scripture is an important truth to be carefully guarded. On the one hand, God spoke, revealing the truth and preserving the human authors from error, yet without violating their personality. 46 more words

Revelation is Bound Up with the Idea of a Transcendent God

“The fundamental word is “revelation.” Derived from a Latin noun meaning “unveiling,” it indicates that God has taken the initiative to make himself known. The reasonableness of this concept should be plain. 62 more words