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My reflection on History I from Seminary

I think going through Ancient and Medieval church History has impacted my life in a way that is unprecedented. I love the ancient church history the most, going through the lives of Augustine, Justin Martyr, Irenaeus, Aquinas, the Councils creed … Continue reading

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Prophecy & Tongues

I am reading Perspectives on Pentecost by Dr. Richard Gaffin as part of my seminary class. I want to dispute numerous points on this subject: and the list will grow I am sure, as I am in my busy schedule … Continue reading

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A Parallel/Contrast between the sufferings, persecutions of the Jewish nation Israel during the time of Moses and the early (ancient) church in Jerusalem

By Al Ngu, New York                                                                        … Continue reading

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The Apostolic Fathers & their Martyrdom

I have been reading the History of Christianity by Gonzalez, Theologians You Should Know by Michael Reeves, and Readings in Christian Thoughts by Hugh Kerr as part of my Seminary course. I have been shocked and rudely awakened by such … Continue reading

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Is it God/Christ or Gospel who breaks down barriers in our life?

When we believe the gospel, the barriers of pride are taken down. Our ethnic and race and gender barriers are all broken down theoretically. Eph 2:14 says he is our peace who has broken the walls. I argue to teach … Continue reading

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God’s holy calling

5/19/2018  Saturday Today I read: 1 Tim 2 9 who saved us and called us to a holy calling, not because of our works but because of his own purpose and grace, which he gave us in Christ Jesus before … Continue reading

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An evening with Tim & Kathy Keller-NYC April 2018

4/3/18 Tuesday Evening with the Kellers April 3, 2018 7-9 pm A 20,000 people church (The Village Church) in Dallas’ pastor, Ps Matt Chandler said there is only one Tim Keller…and our Greek Prof Paul Jeong said, not everyone is … Continue reading

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