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Henry E. Neufeld: Thanks for the Beer

by Henry E. Neufeld, publisher, teacher, and author of Stories of the Way, When People Speak for God, Not Ashamed of the Gospel: Confessions of a Liberal Charismatic, What’s in a Version? and more!   Sam (short for Samson, not Samuel), picked up the stein of beer he had just paid for, gave it an initial taste to savor…

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Edward W.H. Vick: Doubt

by Dr. Edward W.H. Vick, retired professor, philosopher, and author of Philosophy for Believers, From Inspiration to Understanding: Reading the Bible Seriously and Faithfully, History and Christian Faith, and more!   How utterly disheartening it is when you are in the thick of serious questions and doubts to be told that you should not be…

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The risks of testifying in one's own congreation

by Doris Horton Murdoch John 8:31-32, NASB: So Jesus was saying to these Jews who had believed Him, “If you continue in My word, then you are truly disciples of Mine; and you will know the truth and the truth will make you free.” Is it culturally risky to share one’s testimony? Is it more…

Why I Don’t Argue for Inerrancy – Too Much
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Why I Don’t Argue for Inerrancy – Too Much

by Elgin Hushbeck I believe the Bible to be the inerrant word of God. While I believe the Bible to be inerrant, rarely do I argue for inerrancy.   First off, let me briefly explain what I mean by the Bible is the inerrant word of God. While it is possible to be much more explicit,…