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  • Grace, and Its First Century Context (Part 2)

    Grace, and Its First Century Context (Part 2)

    Re-evaluating the Bible’s teaching on grace in light of this First Century context When the New Testament writers used the term “grace” they were doubtless aware of how the concept of grace was understood in society. They […]

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  • Grace and its First Century Context (Part 1)

    Grace and its First Century Context (Part 1)

    Introduction The word “grace” (Greek charis) is used 156 times in New Testament writings. The word is particularly prominent in the writings of Paul, and his close associate Luke. Given the fact that Paul writes […]

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  • Death – The Last Enemy (Part 3)

    Death – The Last Enemy (Part 3)

    In our previous two articles, we reviewed the EC proposal that “death” and “mortality” are referring to two different unrelated concepts, and found it to have no scriptural basis. EC proponents teach that the death […]

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