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Facts on the Textus Receptus

Facts on the Textus Receptus By Dr. Allan A. MacRae and Dr. Robert C. Newman FACTS ABOUT THE SO-CALLED TEXTUS RECEPTUS How did the term “textus receptus” originate? It originated through a highly exaggerated statement — actually a publisher’s blurb — in the preface to the second edition of the Greek New Testament that was […]

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Understanding The Gospel (Part 2)

Understanding The Gospel (Part 2) A Christian Life Center Publication     Now we can see that the New Testament plan of salvation (Gospel) involves personal death, burial and resurrection with Christ, it is necessary to look with more detail at each aspect of this New Birth. The death, burial and resurrection of Jesus Christ […]

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Hermeneutics in Everyday Life

HERMENEUTICS IN EVERYDAY LIFE! Ted Englestrom Suppose you’re traveling to work and you see a stop sign. What do you do? That depends on how you exegete (interpret) the stop sign. 1. A post modernist deconstructs the sign (knocks it over with his car), ending forever the tyranny of the north-south traffic over the east-west […]

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How To Study the Bible

How To Study the Bible By J. R. Ensey No person in modern times has transcended his or her peers in general knowledge, science, sociology, or anthropology without some under-standing of the Bible, They may not have believed its pronouncements or adhered personally to its ethical or moral codes, but at some time in their […]

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Understanding the Gospel (Part 1)

Understanding the Gospel (Part 1) A Christian Life Center Publication     The Good News   The word ‘gospel’ actually means “good news”. When, however, we refer to The Gospel, we are referring to the message/plan of the New Covenant. The New Testament in your Bible, though made up of 27 books, has as its […]

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Between the Lines: New Bible Versions

Between the Lines: New Bible Versions By Eddie Eads When I attended the UPCI Youth Convention in August ’07 I noticed a trend, that many of the most sought-after, national Apostolic speakers are now using the New International Version, the Living Bible, the Revised Standard Version, or any one of the many new versions of […]

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The Danger of Modern Bible Translations

THE DANGER OF MODERN BIBLE TRANSLATIONS BY M. L. WALLS The advice given by Paul to his son in the gospel, Timothy, was very wise and needed by our generation as well. With today’s modern computer programs that can call up a passage in a split second, as well as other materials which are available […]

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Choosing the Best Bible Translation

  Choosing the Best Bible Translation Delton R. Fair Two Philosophies of Translation- Formal Equivalence – or – Dynamic Equivalence Formal Equivalence or Literal Translation Method In search for an answer to this question about the best kind of Bible version, it is necessary first to understand, in some detail, the two major philosophies of […]

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The Bible – Altered or Authentic?

The Bible – Altered or Authentic? Before the invention of the printing press in the mid-fifteenth century, all Bibles were manuscripts copied by hand. This was, of course, a laborious process. Scribes certainly got their share of writer’s cramp, backaches and headaches. So how can we be sure that the Bible we have today is […]

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Common Argument Fallacies

COMMON ARGUMENT FALLACIES SELECTED MATERIAL When arguing a case or examining the arguments of another, look for these common fallacies. Avoiding these problems makes a case stronger. Further, finding these fallacies in other’s statements can make your rebuttal easier. The “Straw Man” fallacy is committed when an arguer distorts an opponent’s argument for the purpose […]

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