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The Marvelous Christian Testimony of a Former Liberal Theologian

Guest essay by the late Eta Linnemann I want to give you my testimony, beginning with a verse from God’s word, 2 Timothy 3:16: “All Scripture is God-breathed and is useful for teaching, rebuking, correcting, and training in righteousness.”  This is very important.  I was a theologian for decades but did not know about the […]

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Lee, Rev. Prof. Dr. F.N.: CALVIN ON THE LAW

by Rev. Prof. Dr. Adv. Francis Nigel Lee Queensland Presbyterian Theological CollegeBrisbane, Australia “God is above the civil law but not lawless (Deus legibus solutus sed non exlex)…. He is Himself the Living Law (Lex Vitalis), and the Law Who enlivens (Lex Animans).”— Calvin’s Opera Omnia (Corpus Reformatorum), Brunswick 1863f ed., 5,23,53,67 The great Genevan […]

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Clingman, Eugene: Christ Shall Have Dominion

This article was written by Eugene Clingman of the International Church Council Project The advance of the Kingdom of God is the most exciting thing happening on planet Earth! God disclosed to Abraham his intention to include all people groups (cultures, languages) in his redemptive plan. Abraham was told to look at the stars, to […]

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Clingman, Eugene: The Myth of Pluralism

This article was written by Eugene Clingman of the International Church Council Project The 24 Year Plan is Coalition on Revival’s comprehensive effort that integrates the International Church Council Project (U.S. portion), the Solemn Assembly movement, and the National Pastor’s Council. This effort is motivated by an overarching hope of restoring the United States to […]

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Clingman, Eugene: Every Law is a Religious Law

This article was written by Eugene Clingman of the International Church Council Project I recently spoke with a Christian friend who was adamant that religion and especially Christianity should not be considered when it comes to making laws for society. He believes laws should not have a religious base. I asked him, “Then do you […]

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Eidsmoe, John: THE DOCTRINE OF INTERPOSITION IN CHRISTIAN THEOLOGY

The doctrine of interposition has an interesting history in Christian theology.  Understandably, it is often invoked when Christians believe themselves oppressed by a hostile government, and ignored or downplayed when the government seems favorable to Christianity.  Always there is a tension between liberty and authority, and the Christian who believes in both liberty and authority […]

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