Edward W. H. Vick provides an unbiassed assessment of the claim that you can go on speaking of the Second Advent as ‘soon’ after having said so for centuries, followed by a constructive statement suggesting a more honest approach derived directly from the New Testament. If you use ‘soon’ in the ordinary sense, you can’t…
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eBooks and Retailers “God’s son, Jesus, was born for all mankind,” Kamden said to Nana. “Does that mean me too?” “Yes, it does,”said Nana. Do we want Christmas to mean more to our children than Santa Claus and presents? When do we start having those conversations with them? In the Kamden Faith Journey Series’ 5th…
The cross has always been a scandal and sometimes a source of ridicule. At the same time, it is the central symbol of Christianity. Author William Powell Tuck believes that the cross has never been more relevant than it is today. It may be difficult to preach the cross, but it is the duty of…
A brief guide to source and redaction criticism of the early chapters of Geneis, using fonts and color coding to display various elements of the text.
Subtitle: Rethinking Sin, Death, Hell, Redemption, and Salvation for All Creation Is heaven a place, somewhere we go? Is it a future goal, attainable only after this life ends? Pastor and educator Dr. Terrell Carter looks at this issue with a pastor’s heart and a scholar’s precision, looking at what the Bible teaches us and…
Preview Subtitle: Responding to the Call of Christian Discipleship Many negative voices predict the demise of the church, or even claiming it has already happened. Is this negative assessment accurate? Is there hope for the church? William Powell Tuck believes that there is. Drawing from a lifetime of experience as a pastor, honed by research, teaching…