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Communist Eschatology: A Christian Philosophical Analysis of the Post-Capitalistic Views of Marx, Engels and Lenin – Part 3

PART THREE CRITICAL SECTION 3 Chapter XX CRITIQUE OF COMMUNIST ESCHATOLOGY OF HISTORY 4 Chapter XXI CRITIQUE OF COMMUNIST ESCHATOLOGY OF LABOR 17 Chapter XXII CRITIQUE OF COMMUNIST ESCHATOLOGY OF VALUE 25 Chapter XXIII CRITIQUE OF COMMUNIST ESCHATOLOGY OF PROPERTY 31 Chapter XXIV CRITIQUE OF COMMUNIST ESCHATOLOGY OF CLASS 37 Chapter XXV CRITIQUE OF COMMUNIST ESCHATOLOGY OF THE FAMILY 43 Chapter XXVI… Read more »

Christians Overcome Papacy and Islam

-1-                                                              CONTENTS   1.   INTRODUCTION TO CHRISTIANITY'S PROGRESS TODAY………………………. pp.   2f  2.  THE "DAY-MILLENNIUM" AND "DAY-YEAR" PREDICTIVE PRINCIPLES…. pp.   5f  3.  THE PROPHECIES OF DANIEL TWO AND OUR PRESENT AGE…………………… pp. 10f  4.  THE PROPHECIES OF DANIEL SEVEN AND OUR PRESENT AGE……………….. pp. 14f  5.  THE PROPHECIES OF DANIEL EIGHT AND OUR PRESENT AGE…………………. Read more »

Biblical Church Government – Part 1

"'Moses wrote this Law and delivered it to the Priests…and…the Elders.'   Deuteronomy 31:9. The addition of 'the Elders' is not superfluous.   For although the office of teaching was not committed to them, yet were they given as coadjutors to the Levites, in order that they might uphold the doctrine of the Law and not suffer… Read more »

Biblical Church Government – Part 2

 -56                                         5.   THE MINISTRY OF THE WORD  It is significant God spoke the Universe into existence.   Each step of His manufacture of our Earth, is introduced with the words: "And God said!"   Psalm 33:6-9 and Genesis 1:3-26. For just as God's Word, His eternal divine Son, shape our Earth by speaking to it —… Read more »

Biblical Church Government – Part 3

-183-                                                   6. THE OFFICE OF DEACON                                                  "The king called for Jehoiada the chief (priest), and said unto him:             'Why have you not required of the Levites to bring in out of Judah                          and Jerusalem the collection of the Congregation of Israel for the                           tabernacle?'"  — Second Chronicles 24:2,6 cf. Exodus 20:12-16.

Biblical Church Government – Part 4

-277-                                                 7. THE RULING ELDERSHIP       "'Lord God, the Steward (Ben Meshech or Oikogenous) is this Eliezer'…,                                   Abraham spoke to his Elder (his bearded Zeqan or his old Presbuterooi)                    who ruled over all he had."   Genesis 15:2 & 24:2.

Biblical Church Government – Part 5

-338-                                      MISCELLANIES AND CONCLUSIONS                           "Let us hear the conclusion of the whole matter!   Fear God,    and keep His Commandments!   For this is the whole duty                            of man.   For God shall bring every work into judgment!"                                                                                – Ecclesiastes 12:13-14.

What is Spirit-Baptism?

 Spirit-baptism is the engrafting by God the Holy Ghost, in association with water-baptism, into the New Testament Visible Church at her birth on Pentecost Sunday. It still recurs thereafter, in association with water baptism, whenever new Members are thereby engrafted into that Church Visible. Symbolically, it signifies and seals the regeneration of God's elect. See… Read more »

The Holy Spirit and the Calvinistic Westminster Confession

After the 'Theologian of the Holy Spirit,' John Calvin (1509-64), his views were enshrined especially in the 1647 Westminster Confession of the British Puritans. The Spirit-drenched Westminster Confession of Faith (2:1) insists that "there is but one only living and true God, Who is infinite in being and perfection, a most pure Spirit." Nevertheless, "in… Read more »

“God saw … that it was good” in Genesis 1

     The expression "God saw…that it was good" is found six times in Genesis one.   First, re the first day of formation, at Genesis 1:4 — but not at all re the second day at Genesis 1:6-8.   Second and third, re the third day of formation, at Genesis 1:10 and 1:12.   Fourth, re the fourth… Read more »