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The Link: Nicola Sturgeon, Values of Expository Preaching, The Accuracy of the New Testament Manuscripts & More

By August 5, 2019April 22nd, 2022The Link3 min read

“Were the New Testament Manuscripts Copied Accurately?”
“There are three main areas of textual evidence to consider when answering the question of whether the New Testament manuscripts were copied accurately: (1) the number of Greek manuscripts, (2) the dating of the manuscripts, and (3) the textual accuracy of the manuscript copies.”

“Wealth, Health, Happiness and Holiness – The Vision and SIN of Nicola Sturgeon”TheWeeFlea
“I have no doubt at all that the FM means what she says – but the problem is that this speech actually says very little. It is not the fluent, cogent and life-giving vision that Alastair exults in. It is not the Gettysburg address. It is not the Sermon on the Mount.”

“Who Am I? Human Identity and the Gospel in a Confusing World”
“Who am I? Just three words or six letters make up this question. Yet the attempts to find a satisfying answer have produced enough letters to fill countless libraries. To answer the question of who we are, we also need to ask what we are? What does it mean to be human? Do we have a grand purpose, an end game towards which our lives are heading?”

“Tom Holland: Why atheists are More ‘Christian’ Than They Realise” Premier
“If secular humanism derives, not from reason or from science, but from the distinctive course of Christianity’s evolution – a course that, in the opinion of growing numbers in Europe and America, has left God dead –­ then how are its values anything more than the shadow of a corpse? What are the foundations of its morality, if not a myth?”

“If This Is How the Bible Works, the Bible Doesn’t Work at All”The Gospel Coalition
“Enns simply embraces the thesis that the Bible’s God-talk is necessarily no more than futile ancient efforts (heavily redacted and embellished) to articulate the ineffable.”

“The Value of Expository Preaching”Expositors Collective
“On the first session of the San Diego training weekend, Pastor David Guzik starts our time together by reminding us of the importance and value of expository preaching.”

“That Amazing Thing Called Grace”WND
“God has shown us the way to be right with him. And what is that way? It’s called grace: “For everyone has sinned; we all fall short of God’s glorious standard. Yet God, in his grace, freely makes us right in his sight. He did this through Christ Jesus when he freed us from the penalty for our sins” (Romans 3:23–24 NLT, emphasis added).”

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