Results From a Discovery

There is always taking place in archaeology. Sometimes the results are quick and sometimes they appear very slowly, Here is the news on one recent discovery {do we agree with their conclusions? Hard to say, we would need more information before coming to a conclusion} http://www.christianpost.com/news/dna-discovery-of-ancient-mummies-supports-biblical-narrative-of-descendants-of-ham-son-of-noah-189582/ DNA Discovery of Ancient Mummies Supports Biblical Narrative of … Continue reading Results From a Discovery

The Nag Hammadi Library

Introduction: As you will read, the Nag Hammadi library is a set of Gnostic books discovered in 1945 by an amateur who used it as fire wood at first. You will note that most of the significant archaeological discoveries are usually done by amateurs and not professional archaeologists. The Dead Sea Scrolls was such a … Continue reading The Nag Hammadi Library

‘Q’

Introduction: We will not repeat what we have stated in our introduction to the Documentary Hypothesis page except to say that the supposed source document Q is a ridiculous idea wrought upon the biblical world by unbelieving scholars who refused to search for the truth and sought their own answers to supposed biblical problems. Q … Continue reading ‘Q’

Documentary Hypothesis

Introduction: The idea of the documentary hypothesis has been around for a long time, so what is placed here should not be news to anyone. What should be news, and we will include ‘Q’ and any other letter scholars have come up with over the years, is that none of these letters or authors is … Continue reading Documentary Hypothesis

Pseudepigrapha

Introduction: The definition for the title word is: The word “pseudepigrapha” literally means “falsely ascribed writings,” and refers to works that falsely claim to be written by a specific author. (Rachel Klippenstein, J. D. B., & III, E. J. H. (2012, 2013, 2014, 2015). Pseudepigrapha, Old Testament. In J. D. Barry, D. Bomar, D. R. Brown, … Continue reading Pseudepigrapha

Some of the People in Church History- 2

Introduction: This is page 2 of a two page series of lesser known people, for the most part, in Church history. You need to read page one first to get the full context and purpose of this list. MACVICAR, DONALD HARVEY (1831–1902) Canadian Presbyterian clergyman and educator MacVicar was born in Argyleshire, Scotland, and came to Canada … Continue reading Some of the People in Church History- 2

Some of the People in Church History- 1

Introduction: The people we are highlighting here on the two pages of Church History are taken from Quickverse 2010, their who’s who in Church History section. This is not a complete list nor are the people on it placed in any particular order. We are striving to bring to people’s attention a lot of the … Continue reading Some of the People in Church History- 1

Duties of a Minister 4

DISCOURSE 4   “But we will give ourselves continually to prayer, and to the ministry of the word,” <440604>Acts 6:4. PART 1. 1. ATTENTION to, and fidelity in the exercise of, the duty of prayer, is not one of those obligations which are peculiar to the ministry of the gospel. It is one of the … Continue reading Duties of a Minister 4

Duties of a Minister 3

DISCOURSE 3 “Do the work of an evangelist, make full proof of thy ministry, <550405>2 Timothy 4:5. PART 1 1. In my former discourses on St. Paul’s charge to Timothy, we considered the necessity of true zeal in all the public duties of the ministry, and in our intercourse with the people of the world, … Continue reading Duties of a Minister 3