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  1. Theology, Ethics, and Church Growth

    Church growth is one of the most important contemporary challenges of the 21st century. In order to know how we should address this issue, the author invites us to reflect, from an ethical and theological perspective, on the challenges we face and will face in some areas of the world where church growth is moderate or intensive.

    Author: Ángel Manuel Rodríguez - Retired

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  2. Beer and Wine: The Bible's Counsel

    Author: William H. Shea

  3. Lessons from Daniel 6

    Author: Ekkehardt Mueller

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  4. Lessons from Matthew 1

    Author: Clinton Wahlen

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  5. The Biblical Research Institute Ethics Committee and the Question of Surrogate Motherhood

    Surrogate motherhood is a challenging ethical issue and must be careful considered by women who think about becoming birth mothers as well as by couples who attempt to have children by using such an approach.

    Author: Ekkehardt Mueller

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  6. Transmissão e Preservação do Texto Bíblico

    Author: Ekkehardt Mueller

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  7. Why Did Jesus Die? How God Saves Us

    Was His death necessary or an adjunct feature in His ministry?

    Author: George W. Reid

  8. (#59)SA.pdf

    the time they were carried away to Babylon.” This verse records the end of Davidic rule because of application/pdf attached to:(#59)SA

  9. Paul's Last Journey BRI.pagesRedSize.pdf

    Rhegium, mentioned in Acts 28:13, walking along the Corso Garibaldi ending at the Museum of Magna Grecia. application/pdf attached to:The Final Footsteps of Paul from Malta to Rome Tour

  10. Miles Grant, D. M. Canright, and the Credibility of Ellen G. White: A New Perspective on the Israel Dammon Trial

    Ellen G. White recounts that one of the most difficult aspects of her early ministry was to rebuke fanatics, including Israel Dammon. In the 1980s critics of Ellen White used the discovery of transcripts of Dammon's arrest and trial to suggest that Ellen White supported and even participated in this pandemonium. New historical sources challenge such assumptions and suggest instead that Ellen White's account should be considered reliable as she rebuked Dammon and other early fanatics.

    Author: Michael W. Campbell

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