January 2019


How will we answer these basic questions in the new year?

E4unity : A Prophetic Advocate for Unity and Peace

J.H.Bavinck was a renowned Dutch Missiologist. His book, An Introduction to the Science of Missions, (1954) was translated from the Dutch and published in Philadelphia in 1960. It has been used as a textbook in many schools ever since and it is still in print.  The following article is his perspective of those universal questions that all of us in one way or another seek to find answers for in our search for a meaningful life. We don’t have to agree with his categories to benefit from an understanding of just how similiar we are in some very basic instincts of life. The comments are from another book, The Church Between Temple and Mosque.

The Five Magnetic Points- J. H. Bavinck

Man by virtue of his place in the world, must always and everywhere give answers to the same questions. He has to struggle with the basic problems which his existence…

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Was the prophet Daniel the likely source of the wise men’s quest?

E4unity : A Prophetic Advocate for Unity and Peace

An Important Crossroads in the Narrative

Israel was in exile and captivity far from their land of inheritance. Both the message and the model of one of Israel’s most loved prophets was God’s way of preserving their confidence and trust that they would indeed, according to His Word, see better days. If you are not familiar with this particular stage of the Biblical narrative and the pilgrimage of God’s people on earth, you really owe it to yourself to make an effort this year to get to know it. Chapter 2-

danielandtheking

  • 20 Daniel answered and said:

    “Blessed be the name of God forever and ever,
    to whom belong wisdom and might.
    21 He changes times and seasons;
    he removes kings and sets up kings;
    he gives wisdom to the wise
    and knowledge to those who have understanding;
    22 he reveals deep and hidden things;
    he knows what is in the…

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