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Didache - The Teaching of the Twelve Apostles to the Gentiles:
The Didache is, in all probability, the oldest surviving extant piece of
non-canonical literature. It is not so much a letter as a handbook for new
Christian converts, consisting of instructions derived directly from the
teachings of Jesus. Most scholars agree that the work, in its earliest
form, may have circulated as early as the 60's C.E., though additions and
modifications may have taken place well into the third century. Click here for
the Didache with comments.
Unity - By Mark M. Mattison: This article explains the
true meaning of Heresy according to the Bible. Our interpretations of
truth are far more fallible than most of us realize. It is basic human
nature to identify our own ways and ideals as "true" and normative. How
inextricably bound up in our own cultural mores we all are! ....
Jesus and the
Trinity (Part 1) - By Mark M. Mattison: The purpose of
this article is to explain objectively what the different views are and
why. Identifying the historical basis for each position helps us to
understand today's theological landscape and to appreciate where others
are coming from.
Jesus and the
Trinity (Part 2) - By Mark M. Mattison: Whereas Jesus
and the Trinity (Part 1) was primarily historical and theological, this
article is primarily practical and Scriptural. Some Bible students may be
more interested in the different positions, or concerned to determine the
most accurate view, or uncertain how Christians of the various theological
positions can get along. All of these questions will be addressed in the
form of a fictional short story based on personal experiences.
- The Great Debate Regarding The Father, Son, &
Holy Spirit: Questions and Answers - A
chapter from the book "The Great Debate Regarding The Father, Son, and
Holy Spirit", by Robert A. Wagoner, 1997. Interview questions and
answers from four major views.
- Notes On Jesus and Monotheism
- Things Concerning the Name of
- The Revelation of Jesus Christ
- The Trinity -- Fact or Fiction?
Doctrine of Christ: The Key to having "both the Father and the Son"
- Articles Related to The
New Church and the Works of Emanuel Swedenborg
Theology - Scriptural Holiness - Written by Miles Grant
Theology - Conditional Immortality - Written by Miles
Grant in 1895.
- The Sabbath - Should
Christians Keep The Seventh Day, Or The First Day, Or Both? What Is The
Christian's True Sabbath-Keeping?
- 12 Most Common Mistakes People Make
About Bible Prophecy and the Endtime
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