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Sensitive Christians Would like to Think that No One Will Be Damned-but Is that Biblical?
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Puritans were not lukewarm about anything, let alone what they believed about God.
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What is the scriptural and theological support for the teaching that Jesus, the God-man, remains eternally incarnate?
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How can churches fight heresy when laypeople teach others?
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Why this nonevangelical Oxford don has become our patron saint.
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He tasted many philosophies, but he was always stuck on reality.
All Sins Are Not EqualSubscriber Access Only
Question: Are all sins weighed equally, or is one more important than another? —Linda Linton, Celina, Ohio
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J.I. Packer's short review of Who Owns the Bible.
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It's a tried and true way of teaching, among other things, Christian doctrine.
J. I. Packer: How I Learned to Live JoyfullySubscriber Access Only
A wizened sage named Ecclesiastes tamed my youthful cynicism.
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Know God intimately and lead others to do the same.
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