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Practical Christianity

“Be ye doers of the word, and not hearers only, deceiving your own selves.”  James 1:22 Christianity is a life based on, and produced by, it certain system of truth. It involves certain facts, plus the meaning of the facts, plus experience based on these. We must first of all be bearers of the Word. In the […]

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Sinful Servants

“Now Barnabas wanted to take with them John called Mark. But Paul thought best not to take with them one who had withdrawn from them in Pamphylia and had not gone with them to the work. And there arose a sharp disagreement, so that they separated from each other.” (Acts 15:37–39) Paul and Barnabas had […]

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Christ and Christians Meditation

Have you ever thought about the origin of the name “Christian?” Acts 11:26 tells us that this was something the followers of Jesus were called from a very early time in the church’s new covenant history, but what is the significance of that name? This title is closely related to the title of our Savior, […]

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A master builder crafts a carefully organized cosmos, places people within it, and provides complete instructions for them to live happily. He declares his creation very good—until his creatures begin to challenge his restrictions. When they rebel, he divides them into separate continents and worlds, withdraws to a distant throne room, and develops a plan […]

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MINTS International Seminary Expands to Nepal

In 2008, Larry R.*, a MINTS professor and president of the Global Institute for Ethical Leadership, received a call from Greg Hauenstein, the president of MINTS International Seminary. “How would you like to go to Nepal?” he asked. That was the beginning of MINTS’ involvement in Nepal. Through Boca Raton Community Church and Rev. Bill […]

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Marie Durand — Book Review

Marie Durand By Simonetta Carr 2015, Reformation Heritage Books 64 pp. $18 “No amount of freedom is worth the compromise of biblical teachings” (p. 52). This maxim is a fitting response to recent erosion of religious freedom in the West. As a reminder that biography can serve as timeless moral philosophy in narrative form, these […]

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