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Historical Theology: The Doctrine of the Holy Spirit
There needs to be a clear understanding of the role and person of the Holy Spirit if the church is to grow spiritually.

Historical Theology: The Doctrine of Sanctification
The modern period witnessed different views of sanctification among Protestants. In A Tale of Two Pieties, William Evans explored the contours and implications of two pieties: the “nurture” model and the “conversionist” model.

Historical Theology: The Doctrine of Justification
The contemporary church needs to rediscover the Reformers' view of justification if they want their members to walk in a manner worthy of the gospel

Already, But Not Yet
Sep 21 2021
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Why is it important for a believer to recognize the “already but not yet” concept of the kingdom of God?

Transformative Leadership
Aug 24 2021
Tue
One cannot ignore the necessity of biblical leadership especially in a time when the church’s moral and doctrinal fidelity is being challenged by a perverse and crooked generation.

Building Platforms or People?
Aug 17 2021
Tue
We live in an age where it’s very easy for pastors to focus on the breadth of the ministry rather than the depth.

The Importance of Spiritual Formation
Jul 21 2021
Wed
With so many pastors leaving the ministry, church leaders need to understand the importance of spiritual formation and its role in their life and ministry.

Neoorthodoxy and Subjectivism
Jul 11 2021
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By allowing the ideas of the text to emerge inductively, rather than looking for texts that fit our preset ideas, we will be much more likely to honor the author’s intentions on the whole-book level.

The Necessity of Biblical Hermeneutics
Jun 09 2021
Wed
The growing hostility towards biblical truth and the relativistic culture that dominates the world has affected the way preachers handle the Scriptures. Here's how biblical hermeneutics can equip pastors like me to rightly handle the Scriptures.

Rediscovering the Reformers’ View of the Church
When a church is able to respond to this biblical mandate with the kind of zeal that the Reformers possessed, the impact of the gospel will be felt far and wide.

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