This article originally appeared on my blog (Here). “For even the Son of Man did not come to be served, but to serve, and to give His life a ransom for many.” (Mark 10:45) Service is not a uniquely Christian concept. The language of service is something engrained throughout society....
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Does anyone have (or can you point me to) the paper by Daniel Hyde on Anointing the Sick with Oil as referenced in this old (2008) PB thread? Excerpts are in the thread but no attachment. Thanks!
[Not regarding manuscripts but regarding KJV language]
"The Gospels were written with simple everyday language, Tyndale's translation was also so that the commonfolk would understand. It would go against the inspired writers and the tradition of translations to use antiquated Scripture translations in the church."
I noticed somewhere recently that some people believe that Complementarianism is not truly biblical, but that Patriarchy should be used in its place. (And obviously Egalitarianism is junk.)
Has anyone come across anything comparing and contrasting Patriarchy with Complementarianism?
I do not think it was meant in a Vision Forum kind of way. It was not tied to that movement.
I’ve been pondering this for a while. Hear me out.
As some of you might notice, I often post here about practical topics such as family worship, reading books, selecting books, etc. I ask a lot of questions about resources and methods, because I’m trying to find something that works; something to kickstart me; something to help.
Obviously no book or method can revive my soul; yet...
A friend of mine asked me the question, after some discussion at a fellowship last night. I think most, including myself for what it's worth, believe he died on the Friday, the day before the Sabbath, but Alan Cairns suggests it was Wednesday (Here). The Carins video is brief and just a few minutes long.
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