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Was Elihu Right? – Martin Shields.

Martin Shields from the University of Sydney, posts an interesting article on Elihu,from the book of Job. In his conclusion he says: Here, then, is Elihu’s contribution. But in many instances – without specific divine revelation – there are only possible … Continue reading

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Identity– Why does God answer some prayers and not others?

I have written a lot on this blog in the past about identity. This post is a continuation of that same theme. Two weeks ago I sat in class next to a young man who was in a wheel chair. … Continue reading

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Is our modern concept of church leadership rooted in “Idolatry “

Brian Thorp is reviewing The Drama of Ephesians: Participating in the Triumph of God. In his reading of this book Brian draws out some of the authors points in thinking through  2nd Corinthians and makes the point that it is … Continue reading

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