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Gary Adduono Sep 5
Hey here is a “free” blog idea for one of your students
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𝐉𝐮𝐬𝐭𝐢𝐧 𝐓𝐞𝐫𝐫𝐞𝐥𝐥 Aug 28
The description and schedule for my study that begins tonight at FBC Dandridge. If you notice, I’m beginning with the “above” approach. Not sure what that means? Come join us!
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Laura Martin May 1
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Langham Publishing Sep 3
Watch this insightful interview with Veli-Matti Kärkkäinen and exploring the different elements of Christology in a global context and his book ‘Christology: A Global Introduction' here:
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Matter of Theology Jan 6
Our view of Christ must be derived from scripture. A Christ not derived from scripture is a false Christ that has no power to save you.
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Kenson Gonzalez Sep 12
An interesting reading, which deals with Christology in the Latin American perspective. "In search of Christ in Latin America" by Samuel Escobar published by
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Marshall Jolly Aug 27
Psychotherapist spouse speaking about her patients: They like to use big words, even when they don’t know what they mean. Me: sounds like seminary...
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Wisdom of the Cross Feb 19
Do you want to read my thoughts on E.P. Sanders "New Perspective on Paul" look as compared to what scholars like Amos Yong & others say in biblical studies-Reply what you think to me-I'd interested - please retweet
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Ryan McNamara Feb 23
"Christ is the radiance of the glory of God and the exact imprint of his nature" Hebrews 1:3
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Andrew Hillaker Aug 29
what a way to open a work on : "There are people who do not achieve fame or glory through their ancestry, education, or personal success, and therefore strive to become well known by doing evil" Theodoret of Cyrus, "Eranistes," in Fathers of the Church via 🔥
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Junker Jörg May 1
Just noticed that προσκυνέω is used in only two Lukan passages: 1st to refute Satan's temptation to worship him by affirming the exclusivity of the worship of the One God. 2nd at the end of Luke to describe the disciples response to the resurrection and ascension.
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Integrity In Christ Dec 25
Yes and amen. Why we worship the Baby Jesus instead of the Virgin Mary, not to take away that she was the one He used to bring Jesus into the world through the Holy Spirit.
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London Bridge Dec 16
No further sacrifices needed.
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Rick Caldwell Aug 22
Correct. Not having a biblical will give fallen man some measure of justification for his sinful experience of . Hebrews 4:15 actually qualifies the nature of Christ’s temptations “yet without sin”; this salient fact must not be overlooked.
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Narrow-Minded Woman Aug 19
“No one has ever seen God; the only God, who is at the Father's side, he has made him known.” (John 1:18) • • •
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N M Luichinger Aug 23
Rev. Kevin De Young talk recommended by Rev. Steven Wedgeworth (Wedgetweets/status/1164242340514619394) excellent: _Sin, Shame, and Pain Below the Surface: How to Make Sense of SSA_ Kevin De Young
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Jason Soltero Jun 13
A Christian isn’t someone who merely claims to be a Christian, but one who reflects Christ’s character.
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London Bridge Dec 9
Who holds the title to your soul?
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Ryan McNamara Jan 25
"Jesus is just God with pants on" best ever... HA!
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Gene Edward Veith Dec 10
Advent, St. Nicholas, & the Deity of
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