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"The Theology of Paul" The Bible Student 7:332-340. [1903]

And yet it is safe to say that in no type of biblical teaching has the writer's ultimate conception of God so thoroughly molded the doctrine of salvation as in the teaching of Paul.

Corinth In New Testament Age, Visited By Apostle Paul

The Biblical City Of Corinth www. padfield. com 1 The Biblical City Of Corinth Introduction I. After preaching at Athens, the apostle Paul traveled to Corinth (Acts 18: 1-18) .

The Deity of Christ

49 The Deity of Christ "I know men and I tell you that Jesus Christ is no mere man. Between Him and every other person in the world there is no possible term of comparison.

Biblical Christian World View: What does it mean?

Biblical Christian World View: What does it mean? by James Nickel Copyright © 2008 www.biblicalchristianworldview.net 1 of 2 Having named this website Biblical Christian World View, what do I mean by these words?

Basic Bible Beliefs

But the understanding of basic Biblical teaching is important - not a cold, intellectual knowledge of content, but a foundational understanding of the teachings of Scripture as a basis for a relationship with the Lord which is personal, growing, and life changing.

Biblical Exegesis

1 Biblical Exegesis Discovering the Meaning of Scriptural Texts By John Piper For more free resources, go to www.desiringgod.org

Biblical Christian Education: Liberation for Leadership

Biblical Christian Education: Liberation for Leadership by Dr. Glenn R. Martin (1935-2004) 1 of 21 www.biblicalchristianworldview.net ©1983, by Dr. Glenn R. Martin This essay is reproduced with permission of Linda MacKay, Dr. Martin's secretary, and the Martin family.

Biblical Hermeneutics in Theory and Practice

D.J.A. Clines, "Biblical Hermeneutics in Theory and Practice," Christian Brethren Review 31, 32 (1982): 65-76. Biblical Hermeneutics in Theory and Practice David J. A. Clines [p.65] David Clines, an Australian, is Senior Lecturer in Biblical Studies at Sheffield University and one of the Editors ...

Oral Tradition and Biblical Studies

Oral Tradition , 1/1 (1986): 30-65 Oral Tradition and Biblical Studies Robert C. Culley The discussion of oral tradition in biblical studies has a rather long history, so there would be no point in trying to review everything or to examine all the material with equal thoroughness.