Category Archives: Gospels and Paul

Response to Dr. Mark Jones’ “Charleston: Forgiveness Without Repentance,” REFORMATION21.ORG”

Reply to an article posted: http://www.reformation21.org/blog/2015/06/charleston-forgiveness-without.php . I basically agree with Dr. Mark Jones on the main points he is making, but I find his distinction between forgiving guilt and harm, and assertion that one can only sin against God to … Continue reading

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Critique of selected portions of David Instone-Brewer’s Divorce and Remarriage in the Bible, and Divorce and Remmariage in the Church.

Critique of Writings on Divorce by David Instone-Brewer 1. Divorce and Remarriage in the Church (DRC) 2. Divorce and Remarriage in the Bible: The Social and Literary Context (DRB) This appraisal of David Instone-Brewer’s two works on divorce is by … Continue reading

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Abstract from Dissertation at University of Wales, Trinity Saint David / Wales Evangelical School of Theology

“TRACES OF A GOSPEL WRITING IN 1 CORINTHIANS: REDISCOVERY AND DEVELOPMENT OF ORIGEN’S UNDERSTANDING OF 1 CORINTHIANS 4:6B” Abstract The identity of the document referenced by the saying quoted in 1 Corinthians 4:6, ‘Nothing beyond what stands written’, has been … Continue reading

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