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Daily Archives: May 11, 2018
Lewis, Newman, Purgatory & Writing
Originally posted on Mere Inkling Press:
Those who despise C.S. Lewis seek to eradicate his influence in the Christian Church. They care not that Lewis remains one of the most effective Christian apologists the world has ever seen. Only the…
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God’s Kingdom from Genesis to Revelation
Biblical Reasoning The biblical definition of “kingdom” has long been debated. A classic evangelical view taught to me in grad school was George Eldon Ladd’s: the kingdom is God’s sovereign rule. Others have pushed a more social kingdom, arguing that … Continue reading
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