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Led By the Spirit: Lexical Analysis of ἄγω from Galatians 5:18 and Romans 8:14

By Shawn Wicks, Th. M.                                                                 The Christian concept … Continue reading

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Does God Whisper? Part 2

In this post, I will pick up where I left off in my previous post, commenting on the Biblical justification for the popular view that the Holy Spirit speaks and reveals his will to Christians largely through the medium of … Continue reading

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Does God Whisper? Part 1

Recently I was in a conversation with some friends on the issue of how the Holy Spirit communicates with believers. This issue has become a source of great confusion and frustration for me because the more I look at the … Continue reading

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Did Jesus and the Disciples Speak Greek? The Geographical Credibility of Ehrman’s Argument Against Apostolic Authorship

Currently I’m on the cusp of finishing Bart Ehrman’s book on the Historical Jesus, i.e., Jesus: Apocalyptic Prophet of the New Millennium with OUP. The book is very thorough, though not as extensive a tome as something like N.T. Wright’s Jesus and The … Continue reading

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A Biblical View on Homosexuality

A short, to the point, reflection on the Bible and homosexuality.

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Too Much Christmas?

As everyone who is plugged on some level to the rhythmic pulse of popular culture knows, every Christmas season brings with it the predictable clash between conservative Christians and the PC police (ACLU, American Atheists Association, etc) who feel it … Continue reading

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Willful Ignorance, Atheism, and the Moral Argument

The oft cited moral proof for God’s existence is one of the arguments that seems to consistently invoke both ire and self-righteous indignance from the secular humanist or the atheistically minded among us. One version [1] of the moral argument, … Continue reading

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