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75 Million Dollar Campaign and Cooperative Program

Leon McBeth illustrates, “After the turn of the century, prosperity and optimism prompted Southern Baptists to project larger programs… in 1919, Southern Baptists launched their “Seventy-Five Million Campaign,” in an effort to raise $75 million for Baptist causes over a five-year period between 1919 – 1924.” 466 more words

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Sin and Christian Teaching: Journal Critique

Sin, in its very essence, is contradictory to the nature of God, creating separation in the intimacy between God and man, but is ultimately conquered by God’s grace, in the ultimate redemptive plan, through Jesus Christ. 1,665 more words

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Baptists and the Ecumenical Movement: Article Critique

John H. Y. Briggs, formally a professor of Baptist History at the University of Oxford, past chairman of the Baptist World Alliance (BWA), and former editor of… 948 more words

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The Problem of Evil

As J. S. Feinberg explains, “The problem of evil is a problem of both theological and philosophical interest as well as a matter of religious import, not only arises in Western religion and philosophy, but also in various other world religions.” 1,015 more words

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GOP hopefuls for Virginia governor show varied debate styles

LYNCHBURG, Va. (WAVY) — The three Republican hopefuls in Virginia’s gubernatorial race met in Lynchburg on Thursday for a debate at Liberty University.

The hour-long event started at 7 p.m. 260 more words

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Poem Entry #7

fun information, this was the last poem I wrote before I met my girlfriend who I am still with now :) Enjoy this English sonnet which lacks iambic pentameter, as all my sonnets do. 98 more words

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