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Propitiation and Expiation are not Atonement

As we suggested last week, William Tyndale coined the word atonement because there were no equivalent words in existence in human languages. The reason a word implying coming close, or “at one” with God and one another did not exist is because such a concept did not exist in the pagan religions of our world. 534 more words

Always on My Mind by Susan May Warren

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Author: Susan May Warren
Publisher: Tyndale
Source: Publisher Provided ARC
Publication Date: 2015
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In Thursday’s post (Didn’t my Lord deliver Daniel?) I promised to revisit the William Tyndale story. The Bible translator – burned to death in 1536, was the victim of brute force repression (by church and state) in response to the fear that ordinary people would have access to the extraordinary resource of scripture. 581 more words

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A.D. The Bible Continues: The Book of Acts by David Jeremiah--Book Review

The book of Acts tells the story of the early church and the apostles. It picks up after Jesus ascended into heaven. This book explains the book of Acts and the call to action that we are also called to as Christians today. 134 more words

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The Sea Keeper's Daughters by Lisa Wingate

Lisa Wingate is a powerful storyteller. In every book, she engulfs the reader and transports them through time and space to the very heart of her story. 664 more words

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Churchless by Barna Group - George Barna & David Kinnaman

It’s hard to read a whole book on statistics in general, because it can get a little redundant at times. That happened in Churchless, but the topic was so interesting to me that it helped me press through to the end. 278 more words

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The Choosing by Rachelle Dekker

Not to be chosen would be a cruel fate of my own making.

According to the Authority, the worth of someone is determined whether or not she is chosen by a man to be his bride. 360 more words

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