• Did God Allow Many Wives in the Old Testament?

    Jul 18, 2017 | 14:54 pm

    köp Viagra 120 mg visum Did God Allow Many Wives in the Old Testament? Several prominent men in the Old Testament were polygamists. Abraham (Genesis 25:1), Jacob (Genesis 30:14-15), David (2 Samuel 5:13; 1 Chronicles 3:1-9),  Solomon (1 Kings 11:3), and others all took for themselves many wives. King Solomon,  the man the Bible calls "wiser than all men" (I Kings 4:31), took for himself "700 wives and 300 concubines." His son Rehoboam had 18 wives and 60 concubines.Invariably during a Bible study of a book from the Old Testament, someone will ask me a question about polygamy. Any casual reading of  Old Testament Scriptures (Genesis through Malachi) seems to leave the impression that a man[…]

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  • Death Is Normal but Immortality Is a Gift from God

    Jul 13, 2017 | 10:48 am

    tasse guadagni opzioni binarie Death Is Normal but Immortality Is a Gift from God Is it natural for plants to die? Is it part of the normal life-cycle of God's creation for animals to die as well? What about humans? Does the "circle of life" mean death is the natural and expected end for everything God creates?Christians like Martin Luther and N.T. Wright have taught that the Biblical answers to the above questions are "Yes." All life, they would say, is like a circle that goes around in a constant loop. Plants, animals, and people are constantly being born and are all ultimately experiencing death. That's natural; it's nature. Plants die, giving life to[…]

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  • The Torah of Sinai Is a Law Never Intended for Us

    Jul 10, 2017 | 07:00 am

    traderxp The Torah of Sinai Is a Law Never Intended for Us I recently came across one of the best explanations for why Jesus followers are under a New Covenant, and why our lives are never ruled by Old Testament law (e.g. The Torah). Ironically, this explanation came from a Jewish believer in Jesus Christ. Eitan Bar is the Director of Media and Evangelism for One for Israel, the largest Israeli Messianic Jewish ministry in the world. Eitan and the staff at One for Israel are often asked the questions: "Are Christians under the Sinai Law? What should be the Christian's stance regarding the Torah?" (e.g. "the books of Moses," or the first five books[…]

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  • Old Covenant Thinking Drives You Away from God

    Jul 7, 2017 | 10:31 am

    indikator binäre optionen Old Covenant Thinking Drives You Away from God Today I received an email from a high power attorney in another state, who belongs to a large Southern Baptist Church. He is reading Radically New, and he emailed me the following:"I have been transformed by reading your writings concerning New Covenant thinking. At my former church, I felt guilty over not tithing. Now I feel freed to give freely without guilt. In fact, I have given more than I have ever given.In my former church, 2 Chronicles 7:14 and other "If... then" verses were quoted to get us to do things for God. In my opinion, Old Covenant thinking causes bitterness[…]

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  • A Personal Reflection on the Significance of July 4

    Jul 4, 2017 | 09:12 am

    binäre optionen cfd A Personal Reflection on the Significance of July 4 Our daughter Charis Downey is in labor. Depending on how long her labor endures, she could give birth to our third grandson, Henry Hribko Downey sometime today, July 4, 2017.Allow me a 4th of July reflection on the significance of this day, in terms of both my family and our nation.Henry's middle name will be Hribko. It is an unusual name. When I asked about it, Charis and her husband, Travis Downey, told me that Travis' father, Rodney, was Rodney Hribko as a child. However, Rodney's father, Andrew Hribko Jr., died when Rodney was only six years old. Rodney and his[…]

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  • Pondering More than a Moment on the Atonement

    Jun 28, 2017 | 13:57 pm

    binäre optionen positive erfahrungen Pondering More than a Moment on the Atonement The Atonement in the Christian faith is defined as the reconciliation of a God with sinful people through the death of Jesus Christ. In biblical language, the Atonement means Christ died for our sins (I Corinthians 15:3). One's view of the Atonement determines one's conceptions of God. Both attraction to and repulsion of Christianity centers around the cross on which Jesus died.One either appreciates a loving God as the source of Christ's death or one abhors the idea that a loving God had anything to do with Jesus' death. The point of controversy in modern Christianity centers on how one views the cross of[…]

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  • The Normal Practices of a New Covenant Church

    Jun 22, 2017 | 07:03 am

    come lavorare su tradin on line The Normal Practices of a New Covenant Church Many "reformed" churches are dying. The authoritarian male elders have no idea why. They think it is "because most people today don't accept the clear teaching of Scripture." The reality is those church elders are stuck in a Hebrew Old Covenant rule of law. The vapor of death descends from the law-oriented lips of leaders who believe they have "spiritual authority" over people.  Their demand for obedience from God's people is the natural outgrowth of their false belief that they are God's appointed vicars to His church.More than a few church elders today seek to "rule over" Christ's people in[…]

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  • "Always" by Irving Berlin: A Wonderful Love Story

    Jun 19, 2017 | 18:56 pm

    trade rush "Always" by Irving Berlin: A Wonderful Love Story Irving Berlin and his wife Ellen (1926)Today I had the pleasure of listening to Douglas Newell, director of the Enid Symphony Orchestra, and his wife speak and sing at the Enid Rotary Club. Doug told a fascinating story about  Irving Berlin .Many of us know the composer Irving Berlin for his famous compositions like God Bless America or White Christmas. But there is a lesser-known song that Berlin composed in 1926 called Always. The back story of the composition of that song is what Doug Newell shared at Rotary.It seems that Berlin's first wife died of typhoid after contracting the disease[…]

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  • Can One Be a Christian and a Political Progressive?

    Jun 15, 2017 | 05:46 am

    opcje binarne krok po kroku Can One Be a Christian and a Political Progressive? The person best suited to answer the question "Can one be a Christian and a political progressive?" is one of the leaders of the Liberal Democrat Party in the United Kingdom. Some believed he was destined to become the next unrivaled leader of the Liberal Democrat Party.His name is Tim Farron.Yesterday, June 14, 2017, Tim Farron shockingly resigned from the Liberal Democratic party.In his resignation speech, Tim said,  "To be a political leader...especially of a progressive liberal party in 2017... and to live as a committed Christian, to hold faithfully to the Bible's teaching... has felt impossible to me."  Let me tell you[…]

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  • The Southern Baptist International Mission Board, Restrictions on Women, and Eternal Subordination

    Jun 12, 2017 | 08:04 am

    binäre optionen handeln demo The Southern Baptist International Mission Board, Restrictions on Women, and Eternal Subordination Recently a letter was sent from International Mission Board headquarters in Richmond to all missionary leaders regarding a paper under review regarding the official position of the IMB regarding women in ministry, women on the mission field, and a woman's subjection to men.The paper makes official the "complementarian" view of the International Mission Board. For those of you unfamiliar with the meaning of the word complementarianism, I would encourage you to read this article entitled Complementarianism as a Movement.Many Christian men and women hold to complementarianism.However, the problem with the IMB position paper on complementarianism that is now being formulated[…]

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