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Some Thoughts On The Doctrine Of The Laying On Of Hands: Part Two

In looking at the doctrine of the laying on of hands, let us first look to how it is practiced in the Bible.  What I would like to do in this part of our discussion is to cite and comment … Continue reading

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Some Thoughts On The Doctrine Of The Laying On Of Hands: Part One

Some time ago, a local church elder in our congregation gave a very thoughtful sermon on the doctrine of the laying on of hands, a subject I do not ever remember hearing a message on beforehand. This message sparked, as … Continue reading

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Book Review: On The Unity Of Christ

On The Unity Of Christ, by St. Cyril of Alexandria Being a reader deeply interested in the Monophysite controversy, which is a deeply obscure one even if it had momentous historical consequences for Christendom in the Middle East, sometimes means … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Two Natures In The Child Of God

The Two Natures In The Child Of God, by Ethelbert William Bullinger When one looks at the question of the nature of Christ [1], it is worthwhile to compare and contrast that nature with that of the believer.  After all, … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Nature Of Christ

The Nature Of Christ, by H.H. Pope Shenouda III As part of my research for the Una Natura project [1], I thought it would be worthwhile to read, if possible, some literature by those who consider themselves to be Monophysites … Continue reading

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Book Review: God’s Canon

God’s Canon, by Steve Hays As someone who has read with some disapproval about the rule of faith [1] and has some decided views on the way in which the Bible was instantly canonized by the Apostles [2], I liked … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Doctrine Of The Fall

The Doctrine Of The Fall, by William Cunningham Although there was certainly a great deal I disagreed with in this book, at least here (in contrast to other things I have read from the author), the author manages to score … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Doctrine Of The Will

The Doctrine Of The Will, by William Cunningham This book is a classic example of why I find reading books by Calvinists to be such a chore sometimes [1].  There is much in this book I agree with, much I … Continue reading

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Book Review: Monophysitism Past And Present: A Study In Christology

Monophysitism Past And Present:  A Study In Christology, by A.A. Luce Make no mistake, this book is a mess.  It is not a worthless mess, something that one should avoid reading, rather a revealing mess that is quite worth reading … Continue reading

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Book Review: Passion In The Pulpit

Passion In The Pulpit:  How To Exegete The Emotion Of Scripture, by Jerry Vines and Adam Dooley [Note:  This book was provided free of charge by Moody Publishers/Net Gallery.  All thoughts and opinions are my own.] Like many readers of … Continue reading

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