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Nov
17

Does Isaiah 14 Reveal Anything About Satan’s Fall?

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Last week I was teaching on a text that made mention of Satan when a hand shot up. Questions are helpful in clarifying issues related to the immediate discussion. The question was actually more of a comment suggesting that Satan’s sin and fall from heaven is explained in Isaiah 14. Time was too short to…
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Nov
12

Book Review: Know the Heretics

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Know the Heretics by  Justin S. Holcomb Grand Rapids: Zondervan, 2014. 176 pgs.   Who was Pelagius and why should the members of my church bother to find out? Why should we be interested in Arius’s ideas about Jesus Christ, ideas that were condemned as unorthodox hundreds of years ago? Let’s face it, when it…
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Jun
02

Book Review – The Inspiration and Interpretation of Scripture: What the Early Church Can Teach Us

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  Review by Timothy G. Harmon The Inspiration and Interpretation of Scripture: What the Early Church Can Teach Us. By Michael Graves Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 2014, viii + 201 pp. $24.00, paper.     In this work, Michael Graves (PhD, Hebrew Union College), Armerding Associate Professor of Biblical Studies at Wheaton College, explores patristic literature…
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Apr
01

Focused: Teaching The Gospel For Continued Spiritual Growth

Focused: Teaching The Gospel for Continued Spiritual Growth

This article first appeared in the spring 2014 edition of Western Magazine (article begins on page 17). By Dr. Jeff Louie When I went to seminary, the emphasis of the school I attended was on exegetical method and an understanding of the biblical text within the context of a particular passage or a given book. …
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Mar
31

Recognizing Jesus (excerpt)

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This excerpt is taken from Dr. Todd Miles’ article, Recognizing Jesus, published in the spring 2014 edition of Western Magazine (article begins on page 8). We learn at an early age, that if you want to get the correct answer in Sunday School, just say “Jesus.”  It really doesn’t matter what the question is.  As…
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