Monthly Archives: February 2016

The Eschatology of Jesus: Introduction and the Kingdom of God in the Old Testament

Author’s Note: This is a two part series. Tommorrow we will wrap things up with the Kingdom of God in the New Tetstament along with a conclusion. Introduction To truly understand eschatology and its implications for mankind, there must be … Continue reading

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The Daily Fill (02/29/16)

Quote of the Day “The existence of the Bible, as a book for the people, is the greatest benefit which the human race has ever experienced. Every attempt to belittle it is a crime against humanity.” Immanuel Kant Worth Reading … Continue reading

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The Daily Fill (02/27/16)

Quote of the Day “Don’t give up! Don’t get discouraged! I have read the end of the book! We win!” Desmond Tutu Worth Reading Word Studies 3 – The Process “Once you have identified a specific term that you want … Continue reading

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The Augustine and Pelagian Controversy: Grace and Conclusion

Authors Note: This is the fourth and last post in a short series on The Augustine and Pelagian Controversy. You can read the first post here, the second post here and the third post here. Grace This section is a continuation the yesterday’s post … Continue reading

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The Daily Fill (02/26/16)

Quote of the Day “This Bible is for the Government of the People, by the People, for the People.” John Wycliffe Worth Reading Will Following Jesus Make You a Liberal? “Susie Meister has explained how studying religion made her a … Continue reading

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The Augustine and Pelagian Controversy: Augustine

Authors Note: This is the third post in a short series on The Augustine and Pelagian Controversy. You can read the first post here and the second post here. Augustine Augustine heard of Pelagius’ heretic doctrines from others, but wanted to hear … Continue reading

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The Daily Fill (02/25/16)

Quote of the Day “The Bibl grows more beautiful, as we grow in our understanding of it.” Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe Worth Reading Is Worship an Emotional Experience – Or Does It Reveal Our Theology of God? “Can we truly … Continue reading

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