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Mar 7, 2021

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

Volume 22
Number
10

     

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Weekly Bible Study

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Ephesians 3:14-21.
Power for Daily Living.


Theological Research

Peer-reviewed research articles that explore many of the doctrines and issues concerning biblical theology.  New papers are published bi-weekly.  You may contact the author by clicking on the author's name.  Visit the Archives. To submit an article, see Submission Instructions.

03/07/21

22(10)

Eloi, Eloi Lama Sabachthani: Christ’s Final Plea for Sinners, Encouragement for Disciples   P. Goble

02/28/21

22(09)

How Heartless is the Mistress of Hagar? Hagar, the Used and Rejected Egyptian Slave.   P. Ibrahim

02/21/21

22(08)

Esau and Jacob Reconciliation Episode (Genesis 33:4, 8-12): A Model for Interpersonal Conflict Resolution  O. Lumanze

02/14/21

22(07)

The Unity of Scripture: An Examination of Differing Accounts  J. Shellenberg

02/07/21

22(06)

Jesus’ Historicity and Sources: The Misuse of Extrabiblical Sources for Jesus and a Suggestion  C. Hansen

01/24/21

22(04)

Ephesians: A Case Study in the New Testament Author’s Interpretations of the Hebrew Prophets  J. Hensley


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 Book of the Month, March, 2021.

Prayers from the Desert: Living Out the Pastroral Call as a Hostage in Kuwait.  Dr. Maurice Graham.   424 Pages.  ASIN: B08F4FWV76

On August 2, 1990, Saddam Hussein’s Iraqi troops invaded Kuwait. At the time they were the fourth biggest army in the world and Hussein had just been named by U.S. News & World Report as “the most dangerous man in the world.” Maurice Graham had just moved his family to Kuwait to serve as the English pastor of the National Evangelical Church of Kuwait. Just three months into their arrival Iraq invaded. Graham spent the next four months as a hostage trying to protect his family and fulfill his pastoral calling in the midst of this crisis. His story is proof that God is still in the business of doing miracles and changing the hearts of even the world’s most evil leaders. (AJBT). Kindle: $2.99 from Amazon.com  Paperback: $9.99 from Amazon.com. Free Preview.


       
 


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