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5 Misconceptions About Non-Traditional Ministers

At the very end of the 2nd chapter of John we see an outstanding and mysterious statement. John informs the reader that our Lord knows the heart of man. He doesn’t need us to communicate our feelings, thoughts, or intentions... Continue Reading →

Being Afraid of a Somewhat-Changing Church

Being Afraid of a Somewhat-Changing Church: We previously talked about being afraid of a never-changing God and being afraid of an ever-changing culture. God is obviously more than capable of provoking fear if He wishes. After all, He does have... Continue Reading →

Being Afraid of an Ever-Changing Culture

Being afraid of an ever-changing culture In the last article of this series, we talked about godly “fear.” Fearing God is not (or should not) be the same as being afraid of God. That is not to say that God... Continue Reading →

BAPTISM AND THE SPIRIT: WHEN IS ONE A CHILD OF GOD?

BAPTISM AND THE SPIRIT: WHEN IS ONE A CHILD OF GOD? Disclaimer: 1) This is NOT meant to be exhaustive by any means. 2) This is a “leaning” and not yet a “view.” In other words, I am still studying... Continue Reading →

Being Afraid of a Never-Changing God

Being Afraid of a Never-Changing God One of the things that gives the Christian so much assurance is how reliable and consistent God is. He is our “constant,” so-to-speak. We don’t have to worry about Him changing or being inconsistent... Continue Reading →

If Jesus Preached to the Churches of Christ Today Pt. 1

If Jesus Preached to the Churches of Christ Today From the beginning, the will of God has been the same. Jesus reaffirms this in Matthew 22 When talking to the Pharisees: And he said to him, 'You shall love the... Continue Reading →

Acts & the Holy Spirit

Who (or what) is the Gift of the Holy Spirit in Acts 2:38? Acts 2:38 “And Peter said to them, ‘Change and be immersed every one of you by the power of Jesus Christ unto the forgiveness of your sins,... Continue Reading →

An Exegetical Look of 2nd Corinthians 3:1-11, Part 2

An Exegetical Look of 2nd Corinthians 3:1-11 2 Corinthians 3:7-8 “Now if the ministry of death, carved in letters on stone, came with such glory that the Israelites could not gaze at Moses' face because of its glory, which was... Continue Reading →

Greek Word Study: Ephesians 5:19 and “Eautois”

Greek Word Study: “Eautois” Eautois comes from the Greek word “Eautou” which means “of himself” or “his own.” It is in 3rd person, its plural, and masculine. Eautois is also a reflexive pronoun which basically means it ends in “selves”... Continue Reading →

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