Archive for May, 2013

Much More

by Franklin Kirksey Romans 5:1-21 Introduction Much more is the theme of Romans chapter 5.  Please note the phrase “much more.”  Dr. Woodrow Kroll, Senior Bible Teacher for the international media ministry Back to the Bible, Lincoln, Nebraska, comments, “The comparative of choice for the apostle Paul was the Greek poll? mallon, meaning ‘much more’ […]

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Owies and Empathy

by Walker Moore Today, I’ve been sitting at my computer and thinking. But I’m not good at sitting. I want to be out and about, interacting with people. And I’m really not good at thinking. Do you know how hard it is and how much energy it takes? It’s probably a good thing I’m sitting […]

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A Case Study of Media and Doctrine, Part One: Jeffress, Collins, Tebow, and Doyel’s Quest for Fifteen More Minutes

by Johnathan Pritchett Here’s how it works: DallasNews.com posts a story about how CBS sports writer Gregg Doyel is attacking Dr. Robert Jeffress (pastor FBC Dallas) again in his latest article regarding NBA player Jason Collins announcing to the world that he is a homosexual. Sure enough, the entire story DallasNews.com ran on Doyel versus […]

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Paed-Day Someday?

By: Ron F. Hale Opening Explanation:  The author is seeking to use the title of a classic sermon by Dr. R. G. Lee[1] (1886-1978) entitled Pay-Day Someday, while connecting the hybrid word (above) to the potential problem of receiving as church members those coming from other faith traditions that practice Paedobaptism[2] (baptism of infants) or […]

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