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The Summer 2003 issue continues the study of Biblical interpretation with Professor Craig Keener. Chapter Two: “Learning Context” is a lesson in reading the Scriptures for what they were intended to say instead of reading them according to our preconceived ideas.

 

Messianic teacher Kevin Williams continues his Messianic Foundations Series with the tenth chapter in a mini-series on the Gospel of Matthew. Kevin will be looking at the Hebraisms and Jewish background often missed to reveal beautiful prophetic pictures fulfilled at the coming of Messiah. Be sure to read every installment of this unique commentary on the Gospel to the Hebrews.

 

Chapters from J. Rodman William’s book The Gift of the Holy Spirit Today (Logos, 1980) continue with “Chapter Five: Reception.” You will be deepened and encouraged by this exposition of the contemporary work of the Holy Spirit.

 

How Much Does God Control? The dialogue about free will continues in the next issue when Ken Archer responds to Graham Old. A presentation of the open view of God was made by Kenneth J. Archer, entitled “Prayer Changes Things,” in the Spring 2002 issue (Vol 5 No 2). Graham Old wrote from a charismatic Calvinist position for his paper that appeared in the Summer 2002 (Vol 5 No 3) issue.Join us for this friendly dialogue and be deepened in your appreciation for brothers and sisters who have reached different conclusions on this important theological issue.

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