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  • Our Reading Life (Torrey Convocation 2015)

    By Fred Sanders

    Yesterday

    . But as for you, continue in what you have learned and have firmly believed, knowing from whom you learned it and how from childhood you have been acquainted with the sacred writings, which are able to make you wise for salvation through faith in Christ Jesus. –2 Timothy 3:14-15 ...

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  • Questions Sparked by Defenders Class

    By William Lane Craig

    Yesterday

    Weekly Q & A with Dr. William Lane Craig:

    ... I have found your descriptions of omni-temporalism and middle-knowledge have challenged some of my assumptions, but instead of finding this irritating or threatening I am grateful to have had my horizons extended, and I am very interested to know more. I suspect ...

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  • Stephen Fowl at LATC 2016

    By Fred Sanders

    Sep. 3, 2015

    The 2016 Los Angeles Theology Conference is about the Bible: “The Voice of God in the Text of Scripture.” We’re looking forward to a great gathering at Fuller Theological Seminary on January 14-15. And here is the big announcement of an addition to our lineup

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  • Can One Person Change the World? Questions Over Breakfast #12

    By Kenneth Berding

    Sep. 1, 2015

    The dialogue between Michael and Jim comes to a close:

    Michael: But what if it doesn’t happen the way I hope? What if I set out on a course of action and my impact turns out to be minimal?

    Jim: I don’t believe that anyone who lives a ...

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  • Questions Over Breakfast #12: Can One Person Change the World?

    By Kenneth Berding

    Sep. 1, 2015

    The dialogue between Michael and Jim comes to a close:

    Michael: But what if it doesn’t happen the way I hope? What if I set out on a course of action and my impact turns out to be minimal?

    Jim: I don’t believe that anyone who lives a ...

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  • Post-Obergefell Politics

    By Matthew D Wright

    Aug. 31, 2015

    Image by Ted Eytan from Washington, DC, USA. The Supreme Court’s nationalization of same-sex marriage this summer in Obergefell v. Hodges leaves Christians with a lot of work to do—at almost every level. Most of the work isn’t new, but the cultural landmark that Obergefell represents

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