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My Issues with Hermeneutics


Introduction         It is not mi intention, through this post, to dismiss the importance of Hermeneutics. Klein states that we are “in an era of increasing biblical illiteracy…”[1] and I can’t agree with him more. Furthermore, the Bible tells us “Be diligent to present yourself approved to God as a workman who does not need to

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Misleading Definitions of Grace


Grace is the maximum expression of God’s love, His ultimate gift, the greatest manifestation of power and the most effective instrument of success. Grace is not the enemy of the law, but the fulfillment of it. Did grace not come through Jesus?[1] Is not Jesus the fulfillment of the law? In Matthew 5:17 Jesus tells

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The New Testament Canon: Manmade or Divine?


LIBERTY UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF DIVINITY The New Testament Canon: Manmade or Divine? Submitted to Dr. John M. Landers, in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the completion of the course CHHI 520 DO6 History of Christianity 1 by Angel Casiano May 2016 Table of Contents  Introduction…………………………………3 The New Testament is Real…………..……4 The Archeological Voice……………….…….4 The

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Atheism and Us


If you, as an atheist, tell me that you hate God and religion, I believe you. If you as an atheist blame God for all death and injustices in the world, if you don’t like how God does things, if you blame him for every rape, slavery and every evil in the world, I believe

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My Frustration with the Charismatic Movement


It is not necessarily theological matters and discussions that have caused such division in the Body of Christ. If anything, we should have our little theologies challenge constantly. It seems like we do not have a problem talking about sports, our jobs, our families, our neighbors, our cousin, etc. However, when it comes down to

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