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Thomas W. Hudgins: Colossians 2:14 and The Certificate of Debt

by Dr. Thomas W. Hudgins, professor, author of Those Footnotes in Your New Testament: A Textual Criticism Primer for Everyone and a translator of Dr. David Alan Black’s book, Aprenda a Leer el Griego del Nuevo Testamento. Certificate of debt? Record of debt? Debt? Written code? Handwritten certificate? Etc. What exactly did Jesus “cancel out”? What…

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Henry Neufeld: Why I Believe in Dialogue, Respect, and the Gospel Commission

by Henry Neufeld, publisher, editor, teacher and author of When People Speak for God, Stories of the Way, Not Ashamed of the Gospel: Confessions of a Liberal Charismatic and more! I’ve recently said and written a few things about the gospel commission, including my claim in my concluding presentation for my video series on eschatology that eschatology is all about…

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Has the multiplicity of interpretations made the Bible incomprehensible? —YES

[EDITOR’S NOTE: This post is part of our series on controversial questions. A NO post will normally follow a YES post. Join in by posting your comments.] by Steve Kindle For those of us in the West, once the Roman Catholic Church lost its hegemonic hold on the content of the faith, it’s become “every…