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18 Children, it is the last hour, and as you have heard that antichrist is coming, so now many antichrists have come. Therefore we know that it is the last hour. 19 They went out from us, but they were not of us; for if they had been of us, they would have continued with us. But they went out, that it might become plain that they all are not of us. 20 But you have been anointed by the Holy One, and you all have knowledge. 21 I write to you, not b»
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James 4:13- 17 Go now, the one saying, “Today and tomorrow we will go, for ourselves unto the city here and we will do here one year and engage in business and gain”, whereas you do not clearly understand what things concern tomorrow. For what sort is your life? For it is a vapor, the one towards a short appearance but then it is one caused to disappear. Contrary you speak, “If, perhaps, the Lord desirously wills and we will live and we wil»
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James 4:13- 17 Go now, the one saying, “Today and tomorrow we will go, for ourselves unto the city here and we will do here one year and engage in business and gain”, whereas you do not clearly understand what things concern tomorrow. For what sort is your life? For it is a vapor, the one towards a short appearance but then it is one caused to disappear. Contrary you speak, “If, perhaps, the Lord desirously wills and we will live and we wil»
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18 Children, it is the last hour, and as you have heard that antichrist is coming, so now many antichrists have come. Therefore we know that it is the last hour. 19 They went out from us, but they were not of us; for if they had been of us, they would have continued with us. But they went out, that it might become plain that they all are not of us. 20 But you have been anointed by the Holy One, and you all have knowledge. 21 I write to you, not b»
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Recovering from Fundamentalism A review of The Fall of Interpretation: Philosophical Foundations for a Creational Hermeneutic. James K.A. Smith. Paperback, 2nd Edition: Baker Academic, 2012. Buy now: [ Amazon ]  [ Kindle ] Reviewed by Shaun C. Brown James K.A. Smith is one of the most prolific Christian philosophers writing today.  His writing ranges from works on Pentecostalism (Thinking in Tongues) and the Reformed tradition (Letters to a Yo»
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Argument on 1 CorinthiansIntroductionCorinth—a city of Achaia—located between the Aegean and the Adriatic Seas with proficient commercial imports and exports, enjoyed significant economic benefits. Corinth served as the hub for all north and south tertiary travel, including the pathway to Athens. Early history indicates Corinth's industry comprised of ship manufacturing, "pottery, bronze metal work, and decorative handicraft." Romans destroye»
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Eli, Eli, lama sabachthani, translated in English means My God, my God, why hast thou forsaken me? The words of Christ are so powerful if you understand the meaning of this, it is life transforming, if you interpret it, the way it was intended. First and foremost you have to have an open mind. Remove everything in your mind that you have learned from priests, pastors and persons of faith and let the Bible interpret it for you. If you believe in the Holy Trinity you will never understand this message and the profound meaning of these words. You have to be like a li ...

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This is a guest blog post by James A. Smith, Executive Editor of Florida Baptist Witness as posted in the Witness on February 20, 2013, used with permission.  Evangelicals in America—including Florida Baptists—lack a “deep sense of brokenness” because of our self-reliance. Until there is dependence on God and total brokenness in our midst, we will not see revival. That was the message of Clayton Cloer during a Feb. 7 worship service hel»
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This is a guest blog post by James A. Smith, Executive Editor of Florida Baptist Witness as posted in the Witness on February 20, 2013, used with permission.  Evangelicals in America—including Florida Baptists—lack a “deep sense of brokenness” because of our self-reliance. Until there is dependence on God and total brokenness in our midst, we will not see revival. That was the message of Clayton Cloer during a Feb. 7 worship service hel»