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  1. Christianity is a world view. (Web site)
  2. Christianity is based on the core value of ---truth---, with the metaphor of ---light---. Light exposes evil rather than hides it.
  3. Christianity is the dynamic element in the history of our Western culture. (Web site)
  4. Christianity is the faith default of most Americans — more than 80 percent, according to a recent study by Baylor University. (Web site)
  5. Christianity is the faith default of most Americans; more than 80 percent affiliate with the religion, according to a recent study by Baylor University. (Web site)

Christian Apologetics

  1. Christian apologetics are designed to present non-Christians with reasons to adopt the Christian faith or to strengthen the belief of current Christians. (Web site)
  2. Christian apologetics is the field of study concerned with the systematic defense of Christianity.

Alexander Men

  1. Alexander Men was a Russian Orthodox theologian, biblical scholar and writer.
  2. Alexander Men was a famous Russian theologian and biblical writer.
  3. Alexander Men was a wonderful person.
  4. Alexander Men was also famous as lecturer.
  5. Alexander Men was her spiritual adviser and they were friends for 12 years.

Bruce Wilkinson

  1. Bruce Wilkinson is a Christian teacher and author. (Web site)
  2. Bruce Wilkinson is a beautiful soul who was sent to earth to change the world by changing hearts, one person at a time.
  3. Bruce Wilkinson is a great teacher and uses visuals to help you grasp what he is saying.
  4. Bruce Wilkinson is a great writer, greatly inspired, and greatly filled.
  5. Bruce Wilkinson is a the bestselling author of The Prayer of Jabez, Secrets of the Vine, A Life God Rewards, and numerous other books.

Charles Colson

  1. Charles Colson is a leading Christian commentator and apologist.
  2. Charles Colson is a bright and clever fellow. (Web site)
  3. Charles Colson is a leader and known authority on these issues.
  4. Charles Colson is a modern-day Jonah sounding the alarm after getting a second chance.

Francis Beckwith

  1. Francis Beckwith is a Christian who has spoken and written against the Baha'i Faith from the point of view of fundamentalist Christian doctrine.
  2. Francis Beckwith is a Christian who has spoken and written against the Bah--'-- Faith from the point of view of fundamentalist Christian doctrine.
  3. Francis Beckwith is a leading American conservative Christian academic and commentator.
  4. Francis Beckwith is a national treasure, thank you, sir.
  5. Francis Beckwith is a professor of philosophy and church-state studies at Baylor University in Waco, Texas.

Francis Schaeffer

  1. Francis Schaeffer is a man who, like Christ, confronted the culture that he was in by verbalizing and living profound truths of a godly nature.
  2. Francis Schaeffer is a challenge to us.
  3. Francis Schaeffer is a great author.
  4. Francis Schaeffer is a name that commands automatic respect in most evangelical circles.
  5. Francis Schaeffer is a voice of substance in a part of the world I am trying to reach.

George Fox

  1. George Fox is the first real prophet of the English Reformation, for he saw what was involved in this great religious movement. (Web site)
  2. George Fox is a private Christian university with 3,200 students, including 1,700 undergraduates at its main Newberg campus.
  3. George Fox was able to meet some of the New England Friends when they came to London, stimulating his interest in the colonies. (Web site)
  4. George Fox was again accused of conspiracy, this time against Charles II, and fanaticism --- a charge he resented. (Web site)
  5. George Fox was born at Drayton-in-the-Clay, Leicestershire, England (now known as Fenny Drayton), 24 km (15 miles) southwest of Leicester. (Web site)


  1. Grace is the only way to have a relationship with God. (Web site)
  2. Grace is the church's great distinctive. (Web site)
  3. Grace is the church-s great distinction.
  4. Grace is the foundation of our guarantee while faith is the only condition of our hearts that rests on it.
  5. Grace is the wonderful power of God that those under the Law did not have. (Web site)

Hilaire Belloc

  1. Hilaire Belloc is a first class historian that understood the implications of the Battle of Lepanto that saved Europe from Muslim conquest.
  2. Hilaire Belloc is a Londoner in looks, a Londoner in walk and talk, and a Londoner in stubbornness.
  3. Hilaire Belloc is a former member of parliament in the British House of Commons.
  4. Hilaire Belloc is a good antidote for this, and most catholics today are not hardly traditionalists by a long shot.

Jim Wallis

  1. Jim Wallis is a bestselling author, public theologian, preacher, speaker, activist, and international commentator on ethics and public life.
  2. Jim Wallis is a Christian leader for social change.
  3. Jim Wallis is a bestselling author, public theologian, speaker, preacher, and international commentator on religion and public life, faith and politics.
  4. Jim Wallis is a fraud and a political hack for the left.
  5. Jim Wallis is a highly skilled practitioner of positional .

John Bunyan

  1. John Bunyan is a real-life hero of the Christian faith and will inspire you to carry your own personal torch of faith for Christ.
  2. John Bunyan is a literary, religious and historical figure of international significance.
  3. John Bunyan is a genious and the arguments in the book are very convincing and hard to deny.
  4. John Bunyan is a hard-working family man.
  5. John Bunyan is a sort of miracle.

John Stott

  1. John Stott is a spokesman for the agnostic position. (Web site)
  2. John Stott is a liberal, ecumenical apostate who writes for the apostate liberal Inter-Varsity Press.
  3. John Stott is a good example of a very fruitful man of God who never married who is not a Catholic priest.
  4. John Stott is a profound thinker with a clear mind.
  5. John Stott is a veritable legend among the faithful in my church.

Josh Mcdowell

  1. Josh McDowell is a Christian apologist , evangelist , and writer .
  2. JOSH MCDOWELL is an internationally known speaker, author, and traveling representative of Campus Crusade for Christ.
  3. Josh McDowell is a Christian evidence writer and lecturer. (Web site)
  4. Josh McDowell is a man on a mission, and he is bringing his message of renewal and hope for young people to Covington twice in the next two months.
  5. Josh Mcdowell is a super writer and presents his material exceptionaly well.


  1. Lewis was one of the intellectual giants of the twentieth century and arguably the most influential religious writer of his day. (Web site)
  2. Lewis was good friends with Charles Williams and J.R.R. Tolkien (author of the occultic Lord of the Rings Trilogy). (Web site)
  3. Lewis was part of a literary group called The Inklings --- also part of the same movement --- that met in his college rooms. (Web site)
  4. Lewis was steeped in philosophy in his education, with a special emphasis on German philosophy of the 1700s and 1800s. (Web site)
  5. Lewis: The great saints and mystics of the Church have felt just the opposite about it.

Luis Palau

  1. LUIS PALAU is a world-renowned evangelist and is an author of many books.
  2. Luis Palau is a Christian evangelist and founder of the Luis Palau Association.
  3. Luis Palau is a Christian evangelist in the mold of Billy Graham.
  4. Luis Palau is a humble man with a great sense of humor.
  5. Luis Palau is a prolific communicator.

Peter Kreeft

  1. Peter Kreeft is a professor of philosophy at Boston College, and a Catholic Apologist.
  2. Peter Kreeft is a gifted writer.
  3. Peter Kreeft is a professor of philosophy at Boston College.
  4. Peter Kreeft is a quite enthusiastic Catholic apologist.
  5. Peter Kreeft is a respected philosophy professor at Boston College.

Protestant Reformation

  1. The Protestant Reformation was a high water mark in the history of the Church in that the doctrine of Justification by Faith alone was recovered.
  2. The Protestant Reformation was a movement in Europe that began with Martin Luther 's activities in 1517, with roots further back in time.
  3. The Protestant Reformation was a movement in the 16th century to reform the Catholic Church in Western Europe. (Web site)
  4. The Protestant Reformation was the result of the failure of the Catholic Church to reform itself in time. (Web site)

Rick Warren

  1. Rick Warren is the founding pastor of Saddleback Church in Lake Forest, Calif., one of America's largest and best-known churches.
  2. Rick Warren is a graduate of Schuller---s Institute and was a teacher there as well.
  3. Rick Warren is a large man, with a generous stomach.
  4. Rick Warren is one of five judges to determine the winner in the Power of Purpose Essays. (Web site)
  5. Rick Warren is the one claiming to be Murdoch---s Pastor 3. (Web site)

Watchman Nee

  1. Watchman Nee is a wonderful channel of God and his ministry always nourishes the reader.
  2. Watchman Nee is a household name among many Christians; Wang Mingdao is also widely known.
  3. Watchman Nee was a very balanced teacher, except when it came to entertainment.
  4. Watchman Nee was also frequently afflicted with serious illness.
  5. Watchman Nee was arrested by the Communists in March, 1952 for his professed faith in Christ as well as his leadership among the local churches.

William Lane Craig

  1. William Lane Craig is a renowned Christian scholar, philosopher , and apologist .
  2. William Lane Craig is a prime candidate to speak on the evidence for the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ.
  3. William Lane Craig is a leading apologist and defender of the core of Christian belief: The Resurrection and the Accounts of the Miraculous in Scripture. (Web site)
  4. William Lane Craig is a regular lecturer.
  5. William Lane Craig is a research professor at the Talbot School of Theology. (Web site)


  1. La materia della Divina commedia di Dante Alighieri dichiarata in VI tavole. (Web site)
  2. Hutchinson encyclopedia article about Alighieri.
  3. La divina commedia di Dante Alighieri con comento analitico di Gabriele Rossetti: in sei volumi. (Web site)


  1. Allen was eventually kicked out of the Assemblies of God denomination when he jumped bail after being arrested for drunk driving. (Web site)
  2. Allen was very careful to publish a disclaimer concerning the wild claims of healing that appeared in that periodical, sent in by enthusiastic "healees". (Web site)


  1. Again, the Homilies of Aphrahat contain many quotations from these Epistles.
  2. Aphrahat composed the fifth Demonstration at the time of increasing tension between the Roman and the Sasanian Empires.
  3. Called the Persian Sage ( , ), Aphrahat witnesses to the concerns of the early church beyond the eastern boundaries of the Roman Empire.


  1. Apologetics is the field of study concerned with the systematic defense of a position. (Web site)
  2. Apologetics is the science of giving a reasoned defense of the Christian faith, and that is what this verse commands us to do.

Arnold Brown

  1. Arnold Brown is a beer worth trying.
  2. Arnold Brown is a Scottish comedian , one of the main figures in the alternative comedy scene of the early 1980s .
  3. Arnold Brown is a descendant of the Marriammu tribe and a descendant of the Stolen Generation.
  4. Arnold Brown is a droll Scottish comedian , one of the main figures in the alternative comedy scene of the early 1980s .


  1. The article is used this way in Greek very frequently. (Web site)
  2. The article was for light relief mostly, but with one serious point which I wondered if anyone would pick up on.

Auberon Waugh

  1. The Tobacco Advisory Council of the UK organised for a pro-smoking book to be ghosted for either Bernard Levin or Auberon Waugh. (Web site)
  2. Press obituaries were lengthy, and the headline "Auberon Waugh dies" was printed on the placards for the day's London Evening Standard. (Web site)
  3. Like his parents, Laura who died at 57 and Evelyn who died at 62, Auberon Waugh succumbed relatively young: of heart disease at the age of 61. (Web site)

Augustine of Hippo

  1. Augustine of Hippo is a giant in the history of Christian thought, commended by St Jerome for having virtually 're-founded the old faith'.


  1. The author is a respected scholar whose work is painstakingly researched and carefully crafted for historical accuracy. (Web site)
  2. The author is one of Raleigh's descendants.
  3. The author is to be admired for the detail into which he has gone to make his case.


  1. Barber was immediately ushered off company grounds - -which was humiliating,- the former employee said.
  2. The barber was an ex-political prisoner, like myself.


  1. Bedford is the county town of Bedfordshire, England.
  2. Bedford was a market town for the surrounding agricultural region from the early Middle Ages.


  1. Bernard was born into a family of some nobility in the Burgundy region of France. (Web site)

Billy Graham

  1. Billy Graham is a wonderful man of great character and integrity, and I am glad they have put together this library to honor his work for Christ.
  2. Billy Graham was the first and most notable evangelical to support Catholicism's ecumenical efforts. (Web site)

Bill Hybels

  1. Man, so many of you seem happy that Bill Hybels and Willow Creek have stumbled.
  2. A good history of "New Thought" connects it to the teachings of Rick Warren, Bill Hybels, and Joel Osteen.
  3. Today was much more typical of Leadership Summit's with a combination of church leaders, business leaders, interviews by Bill Hybels, and motivational talks. (Web site)


  1. Bramwell was largely responsible for the development of the Army.
  2. Bramwell was not convinced; he was adamant that he would appoint its successor, as his father had done before him.

Bramwell Booth

  1. William Bramwell Booth (1856-1929) was chief of staff from 1880 and succeeded his father as general in 1912.
  2. In 1927 Eva visited her brother, General Bramwell Booth, with a memorandum which sought to change the way in which the salvation Army appointed its General.

Catherine Booth

  1. Catherine Booth is a disgrace to Christianity, for the very heart of Christianity is obedience to a masculine God.
  2. Catherine Booth is a disgrace to womanhood.
  3. Catherine Booth was NO HERO, and certainly not a woman of God.
  4. Catherine Booth was a rebel.
  5. Catherine Booth was another social reformer, an avowed feminist, and a false prophet (which all women preachers are).

Catherine Doherty

  1. Catherine Doherty is a management consultant and trainer with Q Learning.
  2. Catherine Doherty is a master storyteller; the reader glimpses the richness of Eastern thought and expression.

Charles Templeton

  1. Charles Templeton is a well known Canadian journalist, as well as a former preacher and theologian.

Charles Williams

  1. Charles Williams is a founding shareholder and principal of Blalack & Williams.
  2. Charles Williams is a savings and loan expert witness.
  3. Charles Williams is a unique, multi-talented, and very positive individual.


  1. Chesterton is a bulky subject, no matter how you take him.
  2. Chesterton was a large man, standing 6 feet 4 inches (1.93 m) and weighing around 21 stone (134 kg or 294 lb). (Web site)
  3. Chesterton was a saint, so writing about him was easy.

Church Fathers

  1. The very earliest Church Fathers, of the first two generations after the Apostles of Christ, are usually called the Apostolic Fathers. (Web site)
  2. St. Bernard is also at times called the last of the Church Fathers. (Web site)
  3. These authors are known as the Church Fathers, and study of them is called Patristics. (Web site)


  1. The Commedia is a story about Dante's journey through the three regions of hell, purgatory, and paradise. (Web site)
  2. The Commedia is organized as a great strophic poem. (Web site)
  3. The Commedia was known to every one of the giants of the Renaissance. (Web site)


  1. The conference is called " dwell " and it will focus on urban ministry. (Web site)
  2. The conference is called DISTURBING VOICES and is one of the first of its kind. (Web site)

Cornelius Van Til

  1. Cornelius Van Til is a legend in the Dutch Calvinist circles.

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