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The Resurrection and the Liberal Theologians

There are many liberal theologians who seek to prove that the resurrection of Jesus did not happen. But Jesus emergence from the tomb on the third day is one of the most attested facts in world history. The resurrection was neither a resuscitation nor a recuperation. Jesus was dead. He arose. But that’s not the end of the story…

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The Logos

John used the word Logos as the spoken expression of the mind of God as expressed through His living Word—His only begotten Son, Jesus Christ.

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Revelation - Pretribulationism

The Rapture occurs before (pre) the Tribulation. It is the only view that teaches the imminence of His return.

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Revelation -  Premillennialism

This view holds that the Second Coming occurs before the Millennium. The Second Coming begins the Millennium.

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Revelation - Posttribulationism

This view holds that the Church will go through the seven-year Tribulation.

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Revelation - Postmillennialism

This view holds that there is no literal reign of Christ on earth.

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Revelation -  Midtribulationism

This view holds that the Rapture occurs half-way through the Tribulation.

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Revelation -  Amillennialism

This view holds that there is no literal Millennium on earth; no earthly reign of Christ.

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Freedom From Sin

Any definition of the term “sin”, in all its various forms in Aramaic, Greek and Hebrew, depict it as something which is negative. No reference to sin in the Bible shows sin as something positive or desirable, therefore any definition of sin must take into account this larger framework.

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A Portrait of Pentecost

The purpose of this essay is to paint a portrait of the 21st century Pentecostal. What does one look like exactly?  Do we dare study this face? Can he/she be recognized by the similar birthmarks of the Pentecostal of the first century and/or the past century?

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