Tag Archives: Acts 17

Should we always use the Bible in witnessing for Christ?

My title for this post might be a bit misleading… I think the diversity of models for outreach in Acts 17 deserves more thoughtful dialogue in the Church today. Continue reading

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Are you distressed by religion?

“This is the zeal of the people of God that without exception every knee and every tongue should acknowledge the supreme honor given to Jesus” (John R. W. Stott).
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