Modern Reformation Classic Articles
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Are You Prepared To Give A Defense?01
The Promise-Driven Life28
Faith in the Real Jesus30
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"Being modern is really just a new way of being ancient."
You may ask yourself...how did we get here?"
How will his disciples engage him, what will he do with them, and what purpose does it all serve?
Jesus now lives and reigns at the right hand of the Father, still bearing...the marks of his suffering and death.
Jesus...faithfully fulfills his priestly ministry—right up until the moment he becomes the sacrifice.
The wonder of John's Gospel is that this unknown and inaccessible deity has drawn near in the person and work of Jesus..
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