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The God Who Became Human: A Biblical Theology of Incarnation (Graham A. Cole)

When it comes to doing biblical theology, a common pattern is to take a topic or a theme and trace it from Genesis to Revelation. The Covenants, for example, between God and man, are meant to be a theme that we attempt to look for from the beginning of humanity to the...
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Parenting 101: Dealing with Lying Lips

“Do not lie to each other, since you have taken off your old self with its practices.” (Col. 3:9) “YHWH detests lying lips, but he delights in people who are trustworthy.” (Prov. 12:22) In the interest of transparency, I want to begin by stating as a child; I had a...
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Honor the Author and the Author of the Biblical Text

The uniqueness and supernatural unity of biblical revelation demands that all of the parts be read in light of the whole for a full and adequate determination of meaning. This interpretive assertion would seem straightforward for those who believe the Bible is God’s...
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A Review of “Suffering and the Heart of God” by Diane Langberg

Trauma destroys. Diane Langberg knows something of the specifics of that kind of destruction, for she has been counseling those who suffer from trauma for more than forty years. In Suffering and the Heart of God, she uses her experience as a counselor and an...
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Episode 79- The Importance and Necessity of Church Discipline

Welcome to the seventy-ninth episode of Equipping You in Grace. On today's episode, Dave Jenkins and James Forbis discuss the importance and necessity of church discipline. What you’ll hear in this episode: What church discipline is. What the Bible teaches about...
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#69: The Son of Man Must Be Lifted Up[Sermon]

Join Dave as he continues the study of the Gospel of John by looking at John 12:27-34 with the men at his local church.
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