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Prof. Cory M. Marsh’s review is published in the Expository Times The Jesus of the Gospels Jesus (2014), and The First Days of
A Critical Examination of the Church’s Reception of Emperor Constantine’s Edict of Milan of A.D. 313 Since its enactment in A.D. 313, the
Contextualization must never be an uncritical amalgamation of the elements of culture deemed good and an intentional overlooking or even incorporating the evil in the culture. The other seeming reason for this unending syncretism in the church in Africa seems is a continued feeling that “Christ alone” is not enough to deal with the woes continually afflicting the people of Africa, Christians included.
“This book represents an important and unique contribution to both dispensational scholarship and the history of modern theology.”
Prof. Cory M. Marsh’s Latest Book Review is in the Journal of The Evangelical Theological Society Here is an excerpt: As the title for the
A Dynamic Relationship: Christ, the Covenants, and Israel The notion of covenant is both popular and controversial within biblical theology. Occupying the center of the
As the Wheel Turns: Horse-Drawn Vehicles in Jane Austen’s Novels Jennifer S. Ewing Jennifer S. Ewing (email: Jennifer.Ewing@socalsem.edu), Library Director at Southern California Seminary, El
Dr. George William Hare’s Memorial Service will be held at the Shadow Mountain Community Church in the Event Center at 10am All are welcome. A reception will follow.
Ben! Tears covered his face as he prayed of surrender and laying his life before God. He gave thanks for all he had and all that was happening, welcoming the Lord to lead his life. Being humbled to be in this circle, I was thrilled for Ben. I was so in love with the moment and my heart was full. We finished our prayers and I asked Ben if he wanted to hear what Jesus had to say to him. Receiving the expected yes, I grabbed the Good News Bible
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