Monday, April 21st, 2014

All posts tagged Bible

Same-sex marriage and the future

By Russell Moore The Bible tells us that the king of Israel once wanted to hear from the prophets, as to whether he would be victorious over his…

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A response to Bishop Sano’s ‘Call to Biblical Obedience’– Part Four

By Ben Witherington I am a life long Methodist. I was a cradle Methodist and some day I shall be a grave Methodist. I have lived through the…

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Facebook takes place of Bible in most Americans’ lives

By Jennifer LeClare What can you say about a nation that reads Facebook more than the Bible? Facebook, which celebrated its 10th birthday on Tuesday (Feb. 4), reports 757…

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Getting over the camel hump

By James W. Miller Special to The Layman News agencies throughout the world burst into Biblical deconstruction this week with the announcement of a new archaeological find about…

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The most and least Bible-minded cities in America

By American Bible Society To conduct effective ministry, American Bible Society wants to know what U.S. cities embrace the best-selling book of all time. Chattanooga, Tenn., ranks No….

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The Grammys, Grace and the Gospel

By Ed Stetzer Yesterday I was asked, along with many others, to comment on Sunday night’s Grammy Awards for BreakPoint, a Christian worldview ministry and blog. Below are…

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Lost in translation: Why understanding the original meaning matters

Like all of those in the Presbyterian Church (USA) ordination track, I took courses in Biblical Greek and Hebrew in seminary. The rationale is that teaching elders should…

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Five truths about Christian suffering

By Joseph Scheumann All Christians suffer. Either you have, you are, or you will — “through many tribulations we must enter the kingdom of God” (Acts 14:22). This…

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Bible drop: Christian group takes to sky to sneak Gospel into North Korea

By Cristina Corbin On a rainy afternoon last Spring, American pastor Eric Foley and his wife stood in a muddy field near the North Korea border and prayed…

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Making a new argument for marriage

By Susan Fikse “This will require constructive efforts that describe how sex transcendently, metaphysically bonds husbands and wives in beautiful ways. It will also involve describing the monstrosity…

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