Tag Archives: history

Canon: It’s the Real Thing

During Men Engaged yesterday evening, it was mentioned the growing dispute over whether we have the right accounts of the gospel in our Bible… or possibly, do we have enough accounts? The question of course referred to recent findings of texts … Continue reading

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These Last Days (3)

A Christian View of History Alistair Begg contributes a section to this collection that ponders the mystery of a dramatic transformation that occurs after Acts, chapter two. The first chapter of Acts presents the ascension of Jesus.  Before He ascends, … Continue reading

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These Last Days (1)

A Christian View of History I originally published a very short post about this book but decided it deserved added attention.  The short writings that make up this collection were originally delivered verbally in seminars and conferences.  D. A. Carson’s … Continue reading

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