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Worthy of double honor - Expository Advocating

Part 3 – Worthy of double honor | Expository advocating

James M. Hamilton Jr. with Matt Damico — January 30, 2015

  Editors note: Read also part 1 and part 2 of this series Participate In Ephesians 4, Paul tells us that God gave to the church, among other things, “shepherds and teachers.” Shepherds and teachers is simply another way of saying “pastors.” Paul is saying that your pastor is actually a gift from God. He’s…

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Diversity of persecution in new testament perspective

From bombings to bobblehead income: The diversity of persecution in new testament perspective

Greg Cochran — January 28, 2015

  According to the New Testament, persecution occurs in various forms — from beatings (Acts 5:40), stonings (Acts 7), and imprisonment (Acts 16) to insults (Matthew 5:11), slander (Acts 14:2), and lies (Luke 26:59). The New Testament does not define persecution by the kind of action taken against Christians. Rather, the New Testament defines persecution…

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Worthy of double honor - Expository Advocating

Part 2 – Worthy of double honor | Expository advocating

James M. Hamilton Jr. with Matt Damico — January 23, 2015
Lessons learned in seminary

Lessons I learned in seminary

Matthew Robbins — January 21, 2015
The moral revolution threatens religious liberty

The moral revolution threatens religious liberty

R. Albert Mohler Jr. — January 19, 2015
Worthy of double honor - Expository Advocating

Worthy of double honor | Expository advocating – Part 1

James M. Hamilton Jr. with Matt Damico — January 16, 2015

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That the man of God may be perfect, throughly furnished unto all good works.