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Why Reformation? By Nathan Brunaugh
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Creation, Fall, Redemption is the pattern of human existence. First God forms, then we deform, and then He reforms. We know this pattern exists because we see it all around us...we experience it... More > daily. But why? If God is all powerful and all loving why has He allowed sin and all its baggage to exist? A monumental question indeed, and one that needs to be answered from the Scriptures. Why Reformation? attempts to answer this question and a few others by taking a closer look at what reformation is. Using the Bible and reason, this book navigates through ten areas of reformation that the author has experienced in his own life, all while keeping an eye on the big question: Why?< Less
Why Reformation? By Nathan Brunaugh
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Creation, Fall, Redemption is the pattern of human existence. First God forms, then we deform, and then He reforms. We know this pattern exists because we see it all around us...we experience it... More > daily. But why? If God is all powerful and all loving why has He allowed sin and all its baggage to exist? A monumental question indeed, and one that needs to be answered from the Scriptures. Why Reformation? attempts to answer this question and a few others by taking a closer look at what reformation is. Using the Bible and reason, this book navigates through ten areas of reformation that the author has experienced in his own life, all while keeping an eye on the big question: Why?< Less
Reformation and Renewal By Ruth McHaffie
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Life and Progression of Thought in the Christadelphian Community from its beginning up to 2000. Ruth McHaffie describes family and religious life as she and her husband George bring up their four... More > children and take an active part in the Christadelphian Community. She comments on changing social and religious attitudes and gives a detailed theological explanation and critique of some issues discussed from the 1800s into the latter half of the 20th Century.< Less
Comprehensively Reformed Christianity Book I By Arthur Smith
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Christian doctrine as it is commonly taught is much too difficult for the average lay person to understand. However, an in-depth study of God and his ways provides the only reliable basis for all... More > true Christian thought and practice and is therefore both essential and practical for all believers to undertake. Every major doctrine is examined in this Book and is discussed at some length in simple language with the layman in mind. The great Reformation truth that salvation is received totally by the grace of God through faith alone forms the foundation of this effort. The author then endeavors to continue the work of reform by reexamining today’s commonly accepted Christian teaching in the light of Holy Scripture, as did the early reformers. The important work of the Reformation never ends as the torch is passed down from one generation of believers to the next to deal with the infiltration of error into the doctrine of truth.< Less
Self-Confrontation/Self-Reformation By Sandy Lundahl
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As revealed in the remarkable research conducted by Dr. Eugene Cohen, our maturing brain is now capable of handling the second great challenge of the second half of life namely, self-confrontation... More > and self-reformation. Dealing with this challenge means that we finally and courageously address the “demons” that were planted early in life, as well as the traumas that occurred but no longer have relevance in our later years. In fact, those habituated patterns of thought and action, are in the way of further growth and development—so they must be confronted in order for the second stage of growth and development to occur. By the time we reach the second half of life we have learned the importance of admitting our faults and changing our ways. However, there is more to learn about self-confrontation and self-reformation that elder tales reveal.< Less
Famous Social Reformers & Revolutionaries 3: Lech Wałęsa By Teacher Forum
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Lech Walesa, a charismatic leader from Poland, was born in Popowo, Poland, on 29th of September, 1943. This great leader is a powerful politician, trade-union organizer, human rights activist, and a... More > great philanthropist. He is the co-founder of ‘Solidarity’ which was the Soviet bloc’s first trade union. Lech Walesa was the President of Poland from 1990 to 1995. He was also awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 1983. The people in Poland respect him. Famous Social Reformers & Revolutionaries 3: Lech Wałęsa Copyright Introduction Early Years and Personal Life Lech Walesa and Solidarity Movement Lech Walesa as the President of Poland In His Later Years Controversy and Allegations Lech Walesa’s Views on Religion Awards and Honors Given to Lech Walesa Books and in Popular Culture< Less
Famous Social Reformers & Revolutionaries 1: Mahatma Gandhi By Teacher Forum
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He is also called “Mahatma”, an honorific title, which means sage, high-souled, or venerable. This title was applied to him first in 1914 in South Africa. Now he is known by this name all... More > over the world. “Bapu” is the Gujarati endearment for ‘father.’ There is no other person in the history of India who has been so highly esteemed, rather worshiped in real sense of term. Not only India, but also several other leaders in the colonized countries, such as Nelson Mandela in South Africa, and Martin Luther King, Jr. followed Gandhi’s footsteps and continued their freedom struggle in their countries. His nonviolent civil disobedience movement very quickly spread across the world.< Less
Famous Social Reformers & Revolutionaries 2: Emma Goldman By Teacher Forum
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It is generally reported that Goldman got attracted to anarchism after the Haymarket affair. She studied the anarchist philosophy and began to write on the subject. In the following years, she became... More > a popular lecturer on anarchist philosophy, social issues, and women’s rights. It is said that she attracted people in huge numbers to her programmes where she delivered her highly emphatic speeches. In 1885, she left her country and emigrated to the United States. She began to live in New York City. Only after four years, in 1889, she joined the flourishing anarchist movement.< Less
Calvin, Weekly Communion, and the Scottish Reformed Tradition By Adam M. Kuehner
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In today's Reformed world, there is a growing movement toward regarding the weekly observance of the Lord's Supper as divinely mandated by Scripture. In defense of this perspective, its proponents... More > often enlist Calvin as one of their own. This booklet seeks to evaluate such claims in light of an extensive and careful reading of Calvin's life and theology. Is the contemporary outcry for weekly communion a genuine revival of the sacramental thought and practice of the Genevan reformer? The answer may surprise you!< Less
Calvin, Weekly Communion, and the Scottish Reformed Tradition By Adam M. Kuehner
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In today's Reformed world, there is a growing movement toward regarding the weekly observance of the Lord's Supper as divinely mandated by Scripture. In defense of this perspective, its proponents... More > often enlist Calvin as one of their own. This booklet seeks to evaluate such claims in light of an extensive and careful reading of Calvin's life and theology. Is the contemporary outcry for weekly communion a genuine revival of the sacramental thought and practice of the Genevan reformer? The answer may surprise you!< Less