This study guide is an in depth look at Christian eschatology, including theology, terminology, and key issues. It is not an outline of end-times events. Rather, it provides the background needed to understand serious discussions of this important topic. As author Edward W. H. Vick says, “Christian theology is essentially eschatology.”
Elgin Hushbeck has reviewed Rite of Passage for the Home and Church. Here’s a sample: Thus Brown argues for a revolutionary course of action, but one that should be music to every believer’s ears: That we treat our teenagers following the biblical pattern. Most of the book is aimed at defending this view and then…
Week 2: From relationships to spiritual gifts to questions from Jesus, this week’s selection is eclectic! There is no shortcut to Bible study but it does not have to be boring or repetitive. Here are some curriculum options that are interesting, relevant, and will put some anticipation and expectation into your classroom! Fifty Shades of…
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… by Henry Neufeld on the World Prayr Blog.
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