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The Central Message of the Bible

Renowned theologian Professor Karl Barth visited the United States in 1962. His appearance at the University of Chicago attracted ministers, theologians, and students from all over North America. And of course, the press was on hand.

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Beyond Toil: Recovering Work as Gift

I do not like work, even when someone else does it.”—Mark Twain, “Lost Napoleon” (published 1924)

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Q&A: How are Changes Made to the Nazarene Manual?

Changes are made in the Manual every four years at the General Assembly where district elected delegates discuss and evaluate resolutions that have been submitted to the general secretary’s office from districts and other groups.

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Q&A: How Are Legal Issues Handled in the Church of the Nazarene?

Q: How are legal issues handled in the Church of the Nazarene?

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Two New General Superintendents Elected 2017

Our new Board of General Superintendents: Dr. Eugénio Duarte, Dr. David Graves, Dr. David Busic, Dr. Gustavo Crocker, Dr. Filimão Chambo, and Dr. Carla Sunberg

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Catholics and the Protestant Reformation

“Oh, really?” is a common reply I hear when I tell another Catholic that this October will mark the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation.

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Arminianism, Calvinism, and Their Influence Upon John Wesley

Jacob Arminius (1559 – 1609) was a Dutch pastor and scholar who spent most of his career as a pastor in Amsterdam. He served as professor of theology at the University of Leiden for about 6 years before dying of tuberculosis in 1609.

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Holiness Concentrations

While holiness has been God’s plan from the time of Moses (Leviticus 19:2, among many other passages), holiness denominations are relative newcomers in the world.

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