July 21, 2018
A New Testament Biblical Theology
02.02.2012 by Greg Billingsley
In our first In Progress review, we are going to delve deeply into G. K. Beale’s new release, A New Testament...
A New Testament Biblical Theology: Initial Analysis
02.26.2012 by Greg Billingsley
We will start the first Book Note of this In Progress review for G.K. Beale’s A New Testament Biblical...
How To Read A Book
01.15.2012 by Greg Billingsley
One of our main goals here at etheology.com is to give our readers the tools and knowledge to enrich their study of...
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I am a Computer Systems Engineer and partner in several businesses, as well as a Ruling Elder at Trinity Grace Church...
The Farian Papers
I am married and have three little girls, which is like living in a constant musical. I have been a pastor for six...
follower of Christ; husband of Annie; father of six; pastor of Christ Church Conway; painter of pictures; lover of...
I live in Bentonville, Arkansas with my precious wife, Jenny, and our five children. I grew up in Fayetteville, AR...
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02.16.2015 by Reed Dunn
ISIS, Egyptians, and Christianity
A plea for consistency among Christians...
05.20.2014 by Reed Dunn
Necessity of the Church
Church… what’s the point?...
04.21.2014 by Reed Dunn
Food for thought regarding “Heaven Is For Real.”...
04.18.2014 by Greg Billingsley
Christ, The Cornerstone
On the Thursday night before Jesus’s crucifiction, Jesus ate the Passover meal with his disciples in what we have traditionally called the Last Supper....
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Much of the Bible describes and teaches sanctification, yet sanctification is a concept that Lutheran theology doesn’t fully grasp.
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