Monthly Archives: November 2020

Thanksgiving

What a wonderful survey by James R. White of all the times that both the verb and noun for “thanksgiving” is used in the New Testament. For years, I have appreciated Dr. White’s emphasizing God as Creator and we are … Continue reading

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Christianity is dead unless it’s relational

A. T. Robertson says this, and I quote: “Real Christianity is both a doctrine and a life. Mere belief is dead without life as proof. Real spiritual life is impossible without vital contact with God and Christ, and our dealings … Continue reading

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Is He Worthy?

Addendum, Nov. 21, 2020 Andrew Peterson’s line: “Do you feel the world is broken?” is an allusion to Genesis chapter 3 and Romans 8:19-23 which speaks about the corruption, groaning, suffering, pains, slavery, futility and anxious longing of all creation, … Continue reading

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The problems with “Critical Race Theory” and the “Woke” version of “Social Justice”

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Muslim Scholars Shatter the Myth of Qur’an Perfect Preservation

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The Date of the NT Canon

https://renewingyourmind.org/2020/11/12/the-date-of-the-canon Dr. Kruger shows that the NT canon was taking shape at the end of the first century and becomes more and more clear in the 2nd Century. From very early, there was a clear understanding of most of the … Continue reading

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