Jake Dell


“Bind them… fix them,” Deuteronomy 6:8’s call to a veneration of the actual written word of God was consistent with other common religious practices in the ancient near east. Moreover, the pious act was voluntary. By contrast, the mark of the beast is a mandatory, state-decreed identifier. Both emblems are concrete, with real-world implications. Likewise, evangelical …

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Hostility to the Gospel comes in two forms. Here’s how to handle both. When you preach to an unconverted congregation, you’re likely to get one of two responses: anger or incomprehension. This is because while the Word of God is inherently attractive — the creature is never so far gone that his Creator loses contact …

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“The Lord is our God, the Lord alone” (Deuteronomy 6:4) is the fundamental assertion of monotheism and of all that stems from the unity of faith and life it requires. For monotheists there can be no neutral ground. Even God’s enemies stand on ground that is owned by Him and that He will come one …

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The Evangelical Fellowship in the Anglican Communion – USA (EFAC-USA) is not new, and many of you are not new to it, but the Bulletin is new, and, along with our white paper, part of an ongoing effort to position EFAC-USA as the “go to” for Evangelical Anglicans in U.S. churches. In response to our white paper, some of …

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