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Biblical Restitution vs Black Reparations

Much is being made these days in American society and in Evangelicalism over the concept of reparations. Thabiti Anyabwile, an SBC pastor and thought-leader in this area recently tweeted the following: For 10 minutes Christopher Hitchens engages in the false analogy of the restoration of ancient Grecian artifacts on the part of the British Museum.... Continue Reading →

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The Doctrine of Inerrancy

Check out the newest mini-tutorial on the Doctrine of Inerrancy below. Leave comments in the you tube channel if you have any questions. I am working on building out several more of these that will fall under the Doctrine of Scripture. Once complete, I will add some apologetics around the doctrine of Scripture.

Liberation Theology

The early beginnings of liberation theology can be traced to Latin America in the 1960s. The thrust of this movement began as a result of young Catholic and Protestant theologians reflecting on the people’s life of faith within the context of the people’s resistance to oppressive living and working conditions. These liberation theologies speak of... Continue Reading →

The Well-Meant-Offer

According to Mark’s account of the ministry of Jesus, Jesus preached the gospel to all those who were within earshot of his voice: Now after John had been taken into custody, Jesus came into Galilee, preaching the gospel of God, and saying, “The time is fulfilled, and the kingdom of God is at hand; repent... Continue Reading →

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