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Antithetical Conceptions of God and Man

Liberalism vs. Christianity By Peter Coker J. Gresham Machen spoke on this nearly 100-years ago, 97-years to be exact. At that time, (1922) he said the problem of liberalism in American Christian theology had already existed for 75-years. That would … Continue reading

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Jesus and the Parable of the Unjust Manager

Making Sense of One of Jesus’ most Confusing Parables By Dr. Joel McDurmon The Parable of the Unjust Manager (Luke 16:1–13) [From Jesus v. Jerusalem:] Jesus then takes the opportunity to teach a valuable lesson to His disciples; thus, notice, He is … Continue reading

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Jesus, the Community, and the Presence of God

Jesus v. Jerusalem: Christ’s Indictment of Rebellion and Faithlessness by Dr. Joel McDurmon Most people don’t realize that many if not most of Jesus’ parables were intended not as general morality tales, but as particular pronouncements of coming judgment and change. … Continue reading

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