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All articles & reviews tagged with separation

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May 1998
Articles > Ecclesiological & Pastoral

Where union is not strength

A notable incident took place during the reign of Amaziah, King of Judah. We read about it in 2 Chronicles 25:5-13. After Amaziah had established himself on the throne, he determined to fight the Edomites. He counted his men of war, but they seemed few in number. Accordingly, 'he also hired one hundred thousand…

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October 1995
Articles > Biblical/theological

The dying words of Jesus – ‘My God, my God, why have you forsaken me?

Jesus was nailed to the cross at nine in the morning. He died at three in the afternoon. The first three of his dying statements were spoken during his first three hours on the cross. The last four were spoken in quick succession just before he died at three. From noon until three Jesus…

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August 1995
Articles > Cultural and Ethical

Marriage – commitment to companionship

Marriage today is plagued by divorce. Why? Because it demands something of this generation that it dose not want to give: commitment to someone else. A commitment to one person for life seems to require too much exertion and is incompatible with the 'personal freedom' of the late twentieth century. How much richer people…

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