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One Working Parent

Note, this article was written some time ago, so you will have to double check the numbers to reflect inflation and tax changes. One Working Parent America is a very affluent country. Most Americans want the latest things. They want better cars,...

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Comfort the feebleminded.

INTRODUCTION Before World War II I started a work to bring the Gospel to feeble-minded people who were not in institutions. They were not able to go to church: they could not understand the sermon. But did they not need the Lord Jesus, just like...

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The Law and The Saint

The Law and The Saint A.W. Pink1. INTRODUCTIONIt has been said that every unregenerate sinner has the heart of a Pharisee. This is true; and it is equally true that every unregenerate sinner has the heart of an Antinomian. This is the character...

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A Mighty Fortress

A Mighty FortressPsalm 46 On a recent trip to Charleston, South Carolina I stood on the walls of Fort Sumter and tried to imagine the bombardment which took place on this sight over a hundred years earlier. A small contingent of men under the...

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The Ministry of James Caughey

THE MINISTRY OF JAMES CAUGHEY IN SUNDERLAND AND GATESHEAD IN THE 1840sThough little known in the church today, James Caughey was one of the most notable evangelists in the mid-nineteenth century. His campaigns in Britain in the 1840s saw over...

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Francis Schaeffer on Education

Francis Schaeffer on EducationFrom a speech given in 1982...Now, moving from public schools to private schools, what is the priority? Notice I am not saying Christian schools, but all private schools, including Christian schools. If you are really...

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Balanced Christianity

Balanced Christianityby G. H. Lang IMan is conscious of two worlds, an outer and an inner, a public and a private, an objective and a subjective. He is conscious also that these two worlds act and react upon each other; he is influenced by that...

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INERRANCY

                                  INERRANCY   We Evangelical Christians hold to the infallibility and inerrancy of the Scriptures.  This means that we believe that the Bible as it was originally penned (the first copy) was perfect in every way,...

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