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What Can Christians Learn from Tithing?

Lately I have given more thought to two biblical ordinances that in our own tradition have been largely dismissed as relics of Judaism – tithing and the Sabbath. To be sure, they were important ordinances under the Mosaic law, but both antedate that law and they both involve underlying principles that can be very instructive to Christians. This article is

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Monthly Editorial

A New Testament Church in the 21st Century

A number of years ago, brother Legard Smith authored a book entitled “the Cultural Church” in which he identified a number of societal pressures influencing us all. Pressure from outside of the church is what the apostle Paul warned the church at Rome about when he urged them “not to let the world squeeze them into it’s mold.” (Rom 12:2a)

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General Articles

Is Personal Self Defence Morally Right?

Part 1 ‘Gun control’ is one of the hottest issues debated today. This article is not about that, but asks a related question: is it morally right to defend oneself? And if so, might self defence include the use of violence? The application of force might include the use of a gun or any other means at hand at the

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In the same breath, Peter spoke of fervency in Christian love, and gracious hospitality (1 Pet.4:8-9). He wrote at a time when brethren found themselves persecuted and the need was great to look after each other. Perhaps the peace of our own land today lulls us into thinking, that hospitality is not to be taken as seriously as it was

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Thought For The Week

There Is No Future In Reliving Your Past

“I thank Christ Jesus our Lord, who has strengthened me, because He considered me faithful, putting me into service; even though I was formerly a blasphemer and a persecutor and a violent aggressor. And yet I was shown mercy, because I acted ignorantly in unbelief; and the grace of our Lord was more abundant, with the faith and love which

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Special Issues

An Overview of 2 Thessalonians

Thessalonica was founded in 315 BC by Cassander, a former general of Alexander the Great. The Romans captured Thessalonica in 167 BC. In 42 BC Mark Antony and Octavian rewarded Thessalonica for its assistance in the Roman civil wars by making it a “free city.” Two geographical factors resulted in Thessalonica quickly becoming the most populous, wealthy and important city

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