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Apologetics and the Growth of the Early Church — By Eric Lyons

  Apologetics and the Growth of the Early Church by Eric Lyons, M.Min.   To say that the first-century church was a growing church would be a major understatement. The early church did not merely grow; she exploded onto the scene and continued multiplying in number for many years. About 3,000 souls obeyed the Gospel […]

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The Christian’s Call: Troublemaking

  The Christian’s Call: Troublemaking By: Matt Friedeman Tuesday, February 9, 2016 Reprinted from: AFA — The Stand Troublemaker!  Turning the world upside down!  Such were some of the ways that early believers were described in the Acts. At one point Paul and Silas are reasoning with the Jews in Thessalonica across three Sabbaths and […]

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A Tale Of Three Cities

  A Tale Of Three Cities by Pastor Cornelius R. Stam   In Thessalonica Paul reasoned out of the Scriptures for three sabbath days with men who were unwilling to be convinced (Acts 17:1-9). The bigotry of these Thessalonians not only kept them in spiritual darkness, but it moved them to bitter opposition to the […]

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The First Epistle to the Thessalonians

The First Epistle to the Thessalonians Author: The apostle Paul Theme: Christ’s return Date of writing: approximately 51 A.D. Readers will find further study aids along with audio on 1 Thessalonians from A.W. Tozer immediately following the conclusion of chapter 5 The First Epistle to the Thessalonians, written at Corinth by Paul shortly after his […]

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