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Mel A. P. 8h
Such a peaceful delight when one is amongst books. Here this week to continue my research on the history of Africa and the early church.
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Jess Boudreaux May 22
Lots of Dr. Godfrey on this week. and . 👍😁
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Wipf and Stock 12h
NEW from the CASCADE COMPANIONS series: A Companion to the Mercersburg Theology Evangelical Catholicism in the Mid-Nineteenth Century BY William B. Evans
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Albert Ypma May 20
Is in a theological faculty, seminary or divinity school part of the historical or of the all-embracing science? And then, what´s the difference?
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Soli_Deo_Gloria May 15
“Admit then a sufficient one, you who learn of a God who is both supremely good as well as just — supremely good from His own (character), just in consequence of ours.” Excerpt From Ante-Nicene Fathers - Volume 3 Tertullian On the Resurrection of the Flesh Ch 14
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Andrew Hillaker 12h
Free Will vs in in light of recent comments about the
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Christian Podcast May 22
CLICK HERE TO LISTEN: 5 Minutes in Church History: Adam Smith | Free market principles, specialized labor, and all other aspects of modern economics and ethics share the foundation of natural theology.
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TJ Andrus May 20
Thomas Henry Jr.: The Calvinistic Methodist Church. Originated in the 1740s in Wales. Led by George Whitfield. Eventually evolved into the Welsh Presbyterian Church. Very interesting.
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James Langston May 15
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Sola_Dei_Gratia May 15
“Meanwhile, so perfect is our (God), that He is rightly Judge, because He is the Lord; rightly the Lord, because the Creator; rightly the Creator, because He is .” Excerpt From Ante-Nicene Fathers - Volume 3 Tertullian On the Resurrection of the Flesh Ch 14
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Soli_Deo_Gloria May 20
“Nature pronounces God's sentence: Dust thou art, and unto dust shalt thou return. Even the man who has not heard the sentence, sees the fact.” Excerpt From Ante-Nicene Fathers - Volume 3 Tertullian On the Resurrection of the Flesh Ch 18
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Peter DeHaan May 21
95 Tweets explains the meaning behind each of Luther's ninety-five concerns. Then updates the basic premise of each one, reframed as ninety-five tweets, complete with hashtags.
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Nathan Robert May 15
Replying to @jedikelly1
The is in the people we’re not as Luther’s 95 thesis to the church The , not excluding those abused, is that a local municipality, of all places , was granted a warrant to do something sooo There’s a load of here
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Christian Podcast May 15
CLICK HERE TO LISTEN: 5 Minutes in Church History: J.C. Ryle | Eph. 2:8 revealed to the Anglican bishop his (and our) innate need for Jesus Christ to bridge the chasm between himself (and ourselves) and the eternal God.
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Leading Saints May 16
Join us! Register now for the Leading Saints Church History Tour
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Kendall Harmon May 17
A Bp William Hobart Hare biography extract–“the Scriptures in their original texts had never been half a day out of his hands"
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Soli_Deo_Gloria May 15
Replying to @SoliDeo30724881
“For if man had never sinned, he would simply and solely have known God in His superlative goodness, from the attribute of His nature” Excerpt From Ante-Nicene Fathers - Volume 3 Tertullian On the Resurrection of the Flesh Ch 14
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History at Cambridge May 21
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St Andrews Wellesley May 15
History from our Archives no.4. These snippets cover the period 1951 to 1960.
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James Langston May 22
Out of the Ashes (Paperback: $11.75/176 pages) God specializes in creating something out of what was once looked at as hopeless
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