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John Byron Review

John Byron, Associate Professor of New Testament at Ashland Theological Seminary, reviews Ephesians on his blog, The Biblical World. The bottom line: I commend Robert Cornwall and Energion Publications for producing a thoughtful study guide that does not spoon feed information to readers and supply with trite solutions to make it through life. Rather, this…

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Lesson 2 – Expectation

In our study of Luke for the Agape Sunday School class at First United Methodist Church, we will be looking at Lesson 2 of the study guide dealing with the announcements of the birth of Jesus and his birth and childhood.  The recommended additional reading is from 1 Samuel 1.  It may be tempting to…

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From Dave Black – Seven Reasons Why I Like the Book of Hebrews

I’m delighted to open this discussion and announcements area with a quote from Dr. David Alan Black, author of Energion books The Jesus Paradigm and Christian Archy: Seven reasons why I love the book of Hebrews: It exalts Jesus as our great leader. I therefore dare not exalt any human leader above Him. It reminds…