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The Role of Oral Tradition in the Synoptics

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The Role of Oral Tradition in the Synoptics

Work Out Your Salvation in Fear and Publishing - Philip Yancey sits down with World Magazine: "I tell people I write my books for myself, and that’s true. I grew up in an unhealthy church. I’ve talked about that very openly in my books. It was almost a toxic church. I went through a period of time where I threw out that whole church background because I realized there were some things they had lied to me about ... [W]hen I started writing, I realized I had the opportunity to pick up pieces, one-by-one, of things that I had learned in church, and examine them, kind of, dust them off, and see what the truth was. You can almost tell from the titles of my books ... what interests me."

Up in the Sky, It's a Bird, It's a Plane, It's Super Apostles - An excerpt from a new book appears in a review by Tim Challies: "Some readers may suspect that the authors are anti-charismatic. They may expect us to argue that the miraculous gifts described in 1 Corinthians ...

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