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Focusing on Romans 9-11, Dr. Neufeld addresses a number of the very sensitive even controversial questions of faith and theology, including the place of Israel in the Kingdom, but ultimately this study will lead us all to God’s primary agenda, worldwide missionary expansion, the progress of the gospel.

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Focusing on Romans 9-11, Dr. Neufeld addresses a number of the very sensitive even controversial questions of faith and theology, including the place of Israel in the Kingdom, but ultimately this study will lead us all to God’s primary agenda, worldwide missionary expansion, the progress of the gospel.

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I’ve been told that Matt Dillahunty, host of the Atheist Experience TV Show, defines faith as the excuse/reason people give when they believe something without sufficient evidence. Does this definition work for Christians? Or rather, any person who believes in the supernatural?

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Focusing on Romans 9-11, Dr. Neufeld addresses a number of the very sensitive even controversial questions of faith and theology, including the place of Israel in the Kingdom, but ultimately this study will lead us all to God’s primary agenda, worldwide missionary expansion, the progress of the gospel.

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Focusing on Romans 9-11, Dr. Neufeld addresses a number of the very sensitive even controversial questions of faith and theology, including the place of Israel in the Kingdom, but ultimately this study will lead us all to God’s primary agenda, worldwide missionary expansion, the progress of the gospel.

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Last week in Berlin, over 100 parliamentarians, along with leading academic figures, met from 60 nations of the world, organized by the “International Panel of Parliamentarians for Freedom of Religion or Belief.” About 300 people were present. This year’s conference was entitled, “An Embattled Right: Protecting and Promoting Freedom of Religion and Belief.” The organization…

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