Can't resist this opportunity.
As a young Christian, just a few days or weeks away from paganism, I dropped in on a Christian bookstore run by one of the elders of the independent Pentecostal church I had been converted in. As soon as he saw me he came over, marched me to the back rack and said "Buy this book!" It was Dr. Packer's Knowing God
Yes, it was an unusual Pentecostal church!
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In Christ's love and service,
Mr. Tim Cunningham,
Diploma in Christian Studies, Regent College, Vancouver
Author: How Firm a Foundation? An Exegetical and Historical Critique of the "Ethical Perspective of [Christian] Reconstructionism"
Presented in Theonomy in Christian Ethics, Wipf & Stock, 2012.
Bachelor of Music, (Trombone Performance), University of Toronto
Member, First Baptist Church, Vancouver, BC
"I once sat in darkness, and waited for the moon to rise.
I once sat in darkness, and waited for the sun to shine.
I once sat in darkness, when all the light I'd waited for was gone.
Then Jesus came, and now the only true light, ever, shines in me."
– John Deacon -