Category Archives: gentleness

Who is this Jesus? #3 – the gentleness and fierceness of Christ

Following are the rough teacher’s notes from lesson 3 of a four-week Sunday School series titled, Who is this Jesus? See also the series preface, lesson 1, and lesson 2. Who is this Jesus? lesson #3: the gentleness and fierceness … Continue reading

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Book review: For the Children’s Sake

This is a review of the book For the Children’s Sake by Susan Schaeffer Macaulay, originally written in 1984 and reprinted in 2009 by Crossway Books, Wheaton, Illinois. In this book Mrs. Macaulay presents in summary form the educational system … Continue reading

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“I did not cease to admonish each one with tears”

When Paul uses this word admonishment, he’s not talking about an angry confrontation because you’re his enemy. This is not what he spent three years doing in the church at Ephesus. They would not be encouraged and he would not … Continue reading

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Regarding Diana Jimenez

June 6, 2013 Dear [BIOLA] President Barry Corey, My first introduction to BIOLA was through the writings of Fred Sanders and John Mark Reynolds several years ago on the Scriptorium blog of the Torrey Institute. Thank you for your work … Continue reading

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On teaching our wives

If they desire to learn anything, let them ask their own husbands at home… – 1 Corinthians 14:35 Boy do we bristle and hiss at the Word of the Lord, don’t we? In the present verse there are responsibilities for … Continue reading

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