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Perfection in the Garden 

Was it possible for Adam and Eve to get physically injured while in the garden of Eden?   There is so much about the original paradise that we do not understand. We know that all the animals (the beasts of the earth and the fowls of the air) were herbivorous, that is, they ate only plants, […]

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The First One Hundred Years of His-story

Adam opened his eyes to astounding beauty and wonder. He heard the voice of the eternal God “I created you as a creature of my hands that you might praise me, and enter into eternal covenant fellowship with me.” As his senses flooded his mind with God’s handiwork, and as the very breath of God […]

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The Excellency of the Christian Woman

The position of the woman in society is under serious attack. The woman is being systematically destroyed by those who support the proposed Equal Rights Amendment. The woman is being viciously annihilated by the Women’s Liberation Movement. Most tragically of all the woman is being attacked by the church, when she is given a position […]

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Genesis 3

The First Sin INTRODUCTION Adam’s Antithetical Calling Scripture calls our attention to two trees:  the tree of life and the tree of knowledge of good and evil.  Whereas the former had the power to perpetuate the lives of Adam and Eve (Gen. 3:22), the fruit of the latter was forbidden them. The tree of knowledge […]

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Adam and Eve

Exactly what was the nature of the sin of our first parents?  Eve first sinned when she disobeyed God’s unspoken command that she love God and Adam.  She disobeyed God when she refused to call Adam to rebuke the tempter.  By refusing to call was that she became immediately a creature of darkness, totally depraved, […]

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Marriage and Courtship

One of the most important aspects of the life of young people is their interest and concern in finding either a young boy or a young girl who can be for them a partner in marriage. This occupies much of their time and thinking, and is a major concern of their life. It is of […]

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A Woman’s Duty

The first time that the noun woman is mentioned in Holy Writ is in Genesis 2:22: “And the rib, which the Lord God had taken from man, made he a woman, and brought her unto man.” The significance of this name, woman, may be realized from vs. 23, “And Adam said, This is now bone […]

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Youth and Marriage (1)

The holiest things in life are most deeply profaned in a world of sin. This is especially true of marriage and all related matters. So much so, that even in the church, those who contemplate marriage hardly seem to realize, and those entering into marriage take little time to consider, and those who are married […]

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Saved in Childbearing

(Questions on I Timothy 2:15) The verse reads: “Notwithstanding she shall be saved in childbearing, if they continue in faith and charity and holi­ness with sobriety.” My correspondent asks: 1)   What content is to be given to the “salvation” mentioned in this verse? 2)   What relation does the “continuation in faith and charity and holiness” […]

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