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October 2019
Posted at: 24 Oct 2019

By Simon Bubb Bible Gateway asked Simon Bubb (@simonbubb) to offer his thoughts about narrating the New King James Version, NKJV, Voice Only Bible (Thomas Nelson, 2019). [Listen to the New King James Version, NKJV,...

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October 2019
Posted at: 24 Oct 2019

This is the seventy-eighth lesson in author and pastor Mel Lawrenz’ How to Live the Bible series. If you know someone or a group who would like to follow along on this journey through Scripture,...

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Posted at: 23 Oct 2019

The movement is richer and more diverse than media portrayals suggest. There was a time when the term evangelical was a badge of honor, not a cause for embarrassment. In 1976, Newsweek magazine proclaimed “the...

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Posted at: 22 Oct 2019

By John R. W. Stott The concept of divine revelation, and of our need to submit to it, is both eminently reasonable and practically wholesome. It is reason­able because it acknowledges that the infinite God...

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Posted at: 22 Oct 2019

Support Bible Gateway—Browse the Bible Gateway Store⇨ BibleGatewayStore.com▼ In USA, Decline of Christianity Continues at Rapid Pace⇨ Pew Research Center▼ Iredell-Statesville Schools Bible Association Organization Celebrates 25...

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Posted at: 22 Oct 2019

Bearing witness to our past and present reveals a relentless love in the face of evil. In The New York Times’ 1619 Project, Nikole Hannah-Jones writes, “Black Americans have been, and continue to be, foundational...

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Posted at: 22 Oct 2019

Incarcerated Christians have heard the sermon about the Prodigal Son. Now they need church. Leon Leonard was a Christian, but he didn’t go to church. There were a few reasons. One, he hadn’t been in...

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Posted at: 22 Oct 2019

It’s time to remember the qualifications of biblical leadership. Something doesn’t smell right in Lynchburg, Virginia, home of Liberty University and its controversial president, Jerry Falwell Jr. According to a September report in Politico: “Everybody...

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October 2019