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What Must I Do To Be A Christ-Like Leader? (Biblical Leadership, Part 2)

To be a Christ-Like Leader, you must be born again! Although an unbeliever may appear to manifest one or more of the characteristics which distinguish Christ-like leaders, such a manifestation is not Spirit-wrought, nor can such an individual be rightly…
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A Discussion among Christian Brethren (NCT Questions, Part 2)

Sadly, on account of non-essential theological differences, Christians too often hurl harsh, bitter invectives against those whom they should claim as fellow brothers and sisters in Christ. Pejorative epithets such as antinomian, legalist, anti-Semite, anti-Judaic, replacement theologian, heretic, and others are frequently…
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The Feasts of Israel: Shadows of the Christ and the New Covenant (Intro)

“These are the appointed feasts of the LORD, the holy convocations, which you shall proclaim at the time appointed for them” (Lev 23:4).[1] With these words, God instituted seven[2] feasts for Israel to observe under the Mosaic Covenant. Not only…
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The Three Most Important Questions of Human Existence (Biblical Epistemology, Pt. 2)

Three questions supersede all others in terms of importance and significance. These questions confront each and every member of humanity. Why are these questions of the utmost importance? Because answers to these questions are of an eternal significance. S. Lewis…
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How Did Noah Fit All The Animals On The Ark?

Most illustrations of Noah’s ark portray the biblical vessel as overloaded with animals with little to no room for Noah and his family. Granted, most of these pictures are specifically made for little children in Sunday school. However, there is…
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Questions Regarding New Covenant Theology (Introduction)

During the period of 1977 to 1980, New Covenant Theology[1] (NCT) started to emerge as a developing theological system through the diligent labors of such men as Gary D. Long, S. Lewis Johnson, John Reisinger, and Tom Wells. For the…
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The Protestant Solas: the Rallying Cries of the Reformation (Introduction)

Post Tenebras Lux (Latin: “Light after Darkness”). Originally adopted by the city of Geneva during the days of John Calvin, this Latin phrase eventually came to symbolize the Protestant Reformation as a whole. In truth, the Protestant Reformation constitutes one…
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Here We Stand, Resolved: Basic Bible Doctrine (Introduction)

On April 18, 1521 at the Diet of Worms, Johann Eck adjured Martin Luther under oath to renounce his biblical teaching and faith – both of which radically conflicted with that of Catholic Rome. Luther responded thus: Since your most…
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Are Great Leaders Born or Made?

Are great leaders born or made? Years ago, I distinctly remember a discussion that centered on this very question in my PL300: Military Leadership class at West Point. As I recall, valid arguments were presented on both sides of the…
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How Does God Reveal & Administer His Plan of Salvation in Redemptive History?

God’s plan of salvation is progressively revealed and administered according to His eternal purpose (2 Tim. 1:9) through the unfolding of the biblical covenants. However, this ‘unfolding’ is not to be understood according to Covenant Theology’s covenantal framework, in which…
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