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He shall be examined touching his skill in the Originall tongues, and his tryall to be made by reading the Hebrew and Greek Testaments, and rendring some portion of some into Latine; And if he be defective in them, enquiry shall be made the more strictly after his other learning, And whether he...
He shall be examined touching his skill in the Originall tongues, and his tryall to be made by reading the Hebrew and Greek Testaments, and rendring some portion of some into Latine; And if he be defective in them, enquiry shall be made the more strictly after his other learning, And whether he...
Lee Gatiss
In the last month or two on Reformation21, I think it's safe to say I have decisively proven once and for all that: 1. John Wesley was an Arminian. 2. John Owen was a Paedobaptist. I have been challenged to prove other self-evident truths, such as "John Murray was a Calvinist" and "1775 was the...
It is not an easy thing to be the pastor of a mega-church. There are peculiar pressures and temptations that accompany such a role. Not least is the temptation to believe that you are big enough to write your own rules. The church's "success" is so intricately woven to your own that you become too...
Editors' Note: This is the third and final installment of this series. You can access part one here and part two here. Part III: Church Development, Presbyterianism, & China The need for church development, so acute in China, exists wherever the gospel is bearing fruit. Indeed, the proper goal...
Editors' Note: This is the third and final installment of this series. You can access part one here and part two here. Part III: Church Development, Presbyterianism, & China The need for church development, so acute in China, exists wherever the gospel is bearing fruit. Indeed, the proper goal...

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