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from Neuroscience and the Soul
by Richard Swinburne and Steven L Porter
September 13, 2012
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from The Good Book Blog
by Gary L McIntosh
April 24, 2012
What sounds like a simple task at first often turns out to be much more difficult in practice. Such is the situation when attempting to define a multiethnic church. For example, a brief survey of t...
by Nell Sunukjian
December 10, 2012
The custom of giving gifts at Christmas probably began when wise men arrived from the east with lavish gifts of gold, frankincense and myrrh for the newborn King. These important, wealthy and educa...
by Kenneth C Way
September 18, 2011
It's a simple concept: God is our Rescuer, and we are to be imitators of God (Eph 5:1). Therefore, we should be rescuers of others.
God is the Rescuer par excellence. This revelation is presently...
by David L Talley
February 7, 2011
With thousands upon thousands daily passing from our world, awakening to the reality of a Christ-less eternity without hope or salvation, new strategies toward the evangelization and discipling of ...
by Sue Russell
May 8, 2011
One of the privileges of being a mission educator is to prepare and equip the students of the next generation to reach the world for Jesus Christ. Perhaps the greatest challenge is not training the...
August 1, 2011
I am sitting in Jakarta drinking coffee as the call to prayer booms throughout the area on this first day of the month of Ramadan. This is not what I expected at all. Most of what I hear about Musl...
by Chris Clayman
March 12, 2015
Oftentimes, we are more interested in making our own plans and inviting God along for the ride than in actually taking Him up on His. It is the realm outside of our plans, however, in which miracle...
by Paul Chinchen
March 12, 2015
Paul Chinchen describes God's work in Africa, and His tendency to use individuals powerfully. He can bring about change through one person's obedience, and is glorified in this. The one who walks w...
by Claude Hickman
March 11, 2015
We are not meant to be the source of our own life. Clyde Hickman posits that one can only find purpose in a life centered on God, and that Christ's followers have a common purpose. God's plan is to...