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20
Jun

The God of the Church – Part 2

As God is Three in One and One in Three, His church is an earthly reflection of Himself, a perfect unity. And right here is the importance of unity in […]

19
Mar

John Wycliffe

John Wycliffe (1328-1384) In 1320’s, no one knows exactly, John Wycliffe was born in England. At that time the Roman Catholic Church was the only Christian church in Europe; and […]

19
Mar

Reformation Moments

Reformation Moments In 2013 Berean a Fall Conference series that examined Church History by looking at influential people.  We made that decision for several reasons; but one of the most […]

26
Aug

Knowing the Will of God

Without question, one of the most sought out answers within the church today is, “What is the will of God for my life?” If we do not ask this question, […]

26
Aug

A Critique of Paedobaptism by a Creedal Baptist

There are Christian groups, referred to as Paedobaptists, who believe that it is correct and even needful to offer baptism to infants and toddlers of Christian parents. Their argument for […]

26
Aug

For Whom did Christ die?

Was Christ’s death and thereby His atonement unlimited or limited in its scope? Was it general or particular? The question of “For whom did Christ die” is a difficult question […]

26
Aug

What is a rhema word?

The Greek word “Rhema” was often used as a synonym for Logos. Whereas Logos focused on a written word, Rhema focused on the spoken form of the written word. The […]

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