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Lipscomb Lecture on Pacifism and Nashville Churches

I’ll be presenting at the Lipscomb Lectures (Summer Celebration) this year again on an aspect of the history of Nashville Churches of Christ. As with the last two years, I’ll be presenting alongside John Mark Hicks, Mac Ice and Chris … Continue reading

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History of Churches of Christ

One of my research interests lately has been to consider the history of Churches of Christ, particularly in the 20th century. Many people pinpoint their existence as a separate group from the Disciples of Christ in 1906, although they certainly … Continue reading

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My Restoration Heritage

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You can say that the restoration vision of the NT Christianity runs deep in my blood, spanning 5 generations and stretching back to a generation or two after its inception in North America. The first convert in my direct line … Continue reading

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Fundamental Truths from John 3:16

“For God so loved the world, that he gave his only Son, that whosoever believes in him should not perish but have eternal life.” John 3:16 is one of the most well-known and popular verses in the Bible. Some have … Continue reading

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Canon Logic

I was recently reading the article on an introduction to the epistles (“Introduction to the Epistolary Literature,” by Robert W. Wall in The New Interpreter’s Bible, Vol. X.), and he made some interesting observations about the epistles that I had … Continue reading

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