July 2011 Issue
21st Century Reformation
From Oneness to the One True God!
J. Dan Gill interviews David Maas of Seattle, Washington. David as a former Oneness believer and Oneness Bible School graduate relates to us his journey from Oneness to his One God faith. This is one to not be missed.
Most Watched Last Month
Steve Katsaras - The Jesus Legends
One God Pastor Steve Katsaras of Melbourne Australia brings us "The Jesus Legends" in which he presents a picture of how early Christianity evolved away from the Jesus of the Bible and towards the unscriptural ideas about Jesus that eventually led to Post-Biblical "Orthodoxy."
Highlight from Christian Workers Seminar
Joe Myers – Jesus Reveals the Father
Joe Myers, Pastor of Cornerstone Church near Atlanta, brings us the first in a trilogy of exhortations regarding "The Threefold Mission of Jesus." Today, Pastor Myers speaks of Jesus' mission to reveal the Father. As God's true human son, he is the one through whom God has chosen to perfectly reveal himself to the rest of us.
July 2011 Articles
The Importance of Music
Author and Southern Gospel Music great LaBreeska Hemphill brings us thoughts about the importance of music in service to God. LaBreeska shares some of her experiences in growing up as a Gospel music singer and the lessons that she has learned about the importance of music.
T. J. Butler
Little Things and Sound Doctrine
T.J. Butler of Georgia speaks of the value of pursuing and holding to sound teachings about the word of God. She also draws our attention to the fact that every word that is of God is true and important!
Angela Moore of Indiana challenges our readers with the words: "You say you believe it – Can you prove it?" Angela proposes that it is not sufficient to embrace a belief when you have not actually proven it out by the Bible! To embrace what you cannot prove by the Bible is not an act of faith - it is an act of "foolishness."
Barbara Buzzard - Book Review
Surprised by Hope
Book reviewer par-excellence Barbara Buzzard takes on "Surprised by Hope" the important recent book by the eminent N. T. Wright. Barbara is well up to the challenge of bringing us a sound consideration of this amazing writing by the Bishop of Durham.
Jaco van Zyl
Psalm 110.1 in the Hebrew Bible
and the Septuagint
Jaco van Zyl of South Africa addresses the issues regarding Psalm 110:1 in the Hebrew Bible and in the Septuagint. This is the written article which accompanies the video presentation by the same name which is carried above in this month's edition of 21st Century Reformation.