THE PAULINE EPISTLES (A Complete Exegesis Of The Entire Epistles).

  THE PAULINE EPISTLES are the thirteen letters written by Paul and preserved in the New Testament for the church. We cannot be sure whether Paul wrote HEBREWS. It is not included in this study but will be studied separately. THE PAULINE EPISTLES (A Complete Exegesis Of The Entire Epistles). PAUL’S REASONS FOR WRITING THE EPISTLES. … Read more

The Church In Mission Strategy-Then And Now.

The Church In Mission Strategy-Then And Now.

This article would discuss in brief the strategies used by Paul in accomplishing the greatest success in missionary work in the Bible times, and how these strategies fit into missionary works in our dispensation. The Church In Mission Strategy-Then And Now. St. Paul received his commission directly from the Lord (Acts 9:15) and did not … Read more

What Does It Mean To Be A Christian?

Christian

Christianity is an Abrahamic monotheistic religion based on the life and teachings of Jesus of Nazareth. The word ‘Christian’ refers to someone who is a follower of Jesus Christ. now, what then makes one a Christian? is it being baptized? confirmed? or belonging to groups in the church? A different viewpoint and explanation of what a Christian is can … Read more

Christianity And Relics.

Relics

Relic is a derivative of the Latin words reliquiae, which means “remains,” and “leave behind, or forsake.” A relic, in the broadest meaning, is a saint’s mortal remains, while a secular relic is anything that has come into contact with the saint. Christian religion places a strong emphasis on relics, followed by Buddhism, Islam, shamanism, … Read more

The 7 sacraments

The Church In Mission Strategy-Then And Now.

A sacrament is a Christian rite recognized as of particular importance and significance. There are various views on the existence and meaning of such rites. Many Christians consider the sacraments to be a visible symbol of the reality of God, as well as a channel for God’s grace. History Many Protestant churches, especially those that … Read more

THE DISPENSATIONS OF INNOCENCE (Genesis 2:7-3:24).

dispensation of innocence

The first dispensation is the Dispensation of Innocence (Genesis 1:28-30 and 2:15-17) God provided for Adam what He Himself desires, that is fellowship and communion with a being of like nature. This dispensation covered the period of Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden. In this dispensation, God’s commands were to; (1) replenish the … Read more

DISPENSATION OF CONSCIENCE (Genesis 4:1 – 8:14).

Cain snd Abel in the Dispensation of Conscience

  In the dispensation of conscience, Man was let go by his conscience which has been awakened to know good and evil. Dispensation of Conscience. Gen. 4:1-8:14 This dispensation lasted about 1656 years from the Fall to the Flood. Adam and Eve by their disobedience became aware of four things: (1) of a principle and power … Read more

The Relationship Between Hermeneutics, Canon, Textual And Historical Criticisms, Exegesis etc.

The Existence Of Evil And Human Suffering In The World (Theodicy). Hermeneutics, Canon, Textual And Historical Criticisms, Exegesis etc.

The Relationship Between Hermeneutics And Other Fields Of Biblical Studies such as; Canon, Textual And Historical Criticisms, Exegesis, Exposition, Biblical theology, and Systematic theology can not be over-emphasised. The Relationship Between Hermeneutics, Canon, Textual And Historical Criticisms, Exegesis etc. The Study of Canonicity, which distinguishes between books that bear the stamp of divine inspiration and those that do … Read more

Expositions On The Theme: Nehemiah: The challenge of Diaspora (Neh.1:1-11).

Nehemiah: (Neh.1:1-11).

Nehemiah discusses the connection between the motherland and the diaspora when Judeans who had been exiled to Babylonia found out about the conditions of Jerusalem and the people living in Judah, Jeremiah helped Judah to re-establish its own identity. Expositions On The Theme: Nehemiah: The challenge of Diaspora (Neh.1:1-11). Since God used Nehemiah to soothe … Read more