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The Puritans
May 03 2021
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The Puritans
 TJ Caparros
The genesis of the English Reformation was peculiar because it had nothing to do with doctrine. In the sixteenth century, the Puritans expressed a strong desire for a full reformation that would put an end to anything Romish.

Sola Fide
Apr 25 2021
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Sola Fide
 TJ Caparros
In a time when Christian morals are being swallowed up by worldly values, the church today needs to uphold the teachings of the Reformers on the doctrine of justification sola fide.

Historical Theology: The Doctrine of Man
Apr 19 2021
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While the church has affirmed the complexity of human nature throughout its history, theologians have taken different positions in regard to the doctrine of humanity.

Timeless Truths for Changing Times
Apr 12 2021
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“If God is good, why would he allow people to suffer?” Lewis has challenged me not to dismiss this question but to approach it with truth and grace.

The Dark Ages and The Reformation
Apr 05 2021
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While it may appear that the Medieval period offered nothing but despair, the sparks that came from anti-clericalism, ecclesiastical controversies, political upheavals, and the persistent cry of the Renaissance: ad fontes (to the sources) eventually ignited a flame; a Reformation that would change the course of world history.

Introduction to Nahum
Mar 28 2021
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Introduction to Nahum
 Dr. Steven Guest
The purpose of this article is to provide some basic information and background to the book of Nahum to give us some context to this ancient, yet important, book.

The Problem of Pain and Christian Apologetics
The problem of pain has caused both believers and unbelievers to not only question the goodness of God but also His power.

The Battleground for Christian Theology
Mar 14 2021
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The Old Testament is the battleground for Christian theology. Through the centuries, many liberal theologians have attempted to discredit the inerrancy and authority of Scripture. As a result of this reduction, Bruce Waltke notes that “The Bible’s absolute values are transformed into human evaluations.”

Christian Virtue and Spiritual Transformation
A Christian’s justification must lead to his spiritual transformation.

Mere Christianity (Book 4) and The Weight of Glory
Biblical Christianity should not only inform the mind but must also transform the heart.

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