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One of our primary jobs as Christians is to represent Christ. But instead of showing people who he is, we often get in the way. Today we will examine our own lives and see how well we represent our Savior. Aired on Sunday!

Also Aired on Sunday:
Dr. Barnhouse & the Bible: "Wise Unto Goodness" Romans 16:19b
The Bible Study Hour: "The Death of John the Baptist" Matthew 14:1-12


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The Master Wordsmith: For Whom Did Christ Die?

Winter 2014 Australian PresbyterianChristian apologetics sounds like we are apologising for something, but it actually means “defence”. How can we go about defending the Christian faith? In a real sense, it defends itself, and is selfauthenticating. It only needs to be proclaimed to be convincing. Yet there is a place for apologetics. One might go about it in three possible ways:

Click here to read more in the Winter 2014 issue.

God in the Whirlwind: A Review -- By Carl Trueman - on reformation21

6 Gritty Benefits of a Robust Christology -- By Joe Holland - on Christward Collective

A Christian Primer - The Incarnation
By Timothy Cross


In the second century before Christ, the great rival to Roman power in the Mediterranean world was Carthage, the Phoenician city-state located on the north African coast. It had been founded in 822 B.C. and had become so powerful that for years it threatened the supremacy of Rome. What was to be done about Carthage? One Roman senator, Marcus Porcius Cato the elder, thought he knew - Carthage should be overthrown. From the time he arrived at that conclusion, it is said he never made a speech before the Roman Senate on any topic that did not end with the warning: Carthago delenda est ("Carthage must be destroyed"). At last the warnings got through, and as the outcome of the third Punic War, Carthage was annihilated. Cato's technique in dealing with the threat of Carthage is not the only time in history a point has been won by repetition. We think of Hitler repeating his lies against the Jews until seemingly the whole of Germany believed them; or in quite a different way, of Winston Churchill telling the boys at the public school where he had been educated, "Never give up! Never, never, never give up!"More




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