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Nov 10, 2019

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A refereed, weekly, open-access journal, now in its twentieth year.

Volume 20
Number 45

     
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Weekly Bible Study

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Titus 1:1-14
Minister with Godly Colleagues


Theological Research

Peer-reviewed research articles that explore many of the doctrines and issues concerning biblical theology.  New papers are published weekly.  You may contact the author by clicking on the author's name.  Visit the Archives.

11/03/19

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Deliverance from Demon Possession in the Gospels: A Study into its Backgrounds and Applications in the Church   D. Razafiarivony

10/27/19

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Restructuring Evangelicalism   P. Nelson

10/20/19

20(42)

Tarsus and Jerusalem: the Interplay of Knowledge and Spirituality Reading Acts 17:22-28 as a Theological Response to the Quest for Gospel Ministerial Efficiency.    P. Godwin

10/13/19

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Apostolic Witness of Jesus Christ in 1 John 1:1-4.    O. Olugbenga

09/29/19

20(39)

The Impact of a Contented Pastor's Wife on Her Husband's Ministry    S. Ajayi

09/15/19

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At-One-Ment Accomplished and Applied: The Relationship Between the Atonement, the Kingdom of God, and the Eucharist    Lance Rodman


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 Book of the Month, November 2019.

Light in a Once-Dark World: Contemporary Issues in Nigerian Christianity, Volume 1. The American Journal of Biblical Theology.  413 Pages.  ISBN: 978-1070140728.

Once considered by global Christianity as the “Dark Continent”, Africa has seen dramatic growth in the Christian faith among its many people groups. However, this growth has come with no few challenges as the truths of the Gospel of God’s grace and love for His people face a diversity of pagan and tribal cultures with well-established systems of belief. The contributors to this book each provide insight into these challenges as they address a wide variety of social issues that are impacting the efforts by faithful believers to bring the Good News to people who are seeking peace midst a great deal of social turmoil. Much of the work of African Christian evangelism is taking place in Nigeria, and the pastors, theologians, and seminary students who have been selected for this text offer their experience and knowledge with the intention of addressing many of the issues facing the Nigerian Christian Churches.Paperback: 

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