September 2011 Issue
21st Century Reformation
Interview with Steve Katsaras
From Greek Orthodoxy to Oneness to One God
J. Dan Gill interviews Pastor Steve Katsaras of Melbourne, Australia about his faith journey in life. Steve discusses growing up in the Greek Orthodox Church; his later conversion to "Oneness" Pentecostalism and his recently coming to his "One God" faith today.
Most Watched Last Month
Sean Finnegan -Five Major Problems with the Trinity
Sean Finnegan "does it again" with this good analysis and careful refutation of the doctrine of the Trinity. Sean gives a balanced consideration of the issues and reviews key problems related to this area of post biblical orthodoxy.
Highlight from Christian Workers' Seminar
Joe Myers – Jesus Preached the Kingdom
Joe Myers, Pastor of Cornerstone Church near Atlanta, brings us the third in a trilogy of exhortations regarding "The Threefold Mission of Jesus." Today, Pastor Myers speaks of Jesus' mission of preaching the kingdom of God.
For all of you fans of Julie Nolan and the amazing TCT network, you will especially enjoy Julie's recent "TCT Today" in which her guests are 21stCR's contributors Joel and LaBreeska Hemphill. Julie interviews Joel about his most recent book and talks about the One God message.
September 2011 Articles
Biblical Common Sense About Who Jesus Is
Read the first of three installments of "Biblical Common Sense About Who Jesus Is" by Ron Shockley of Dallas, Texas. In this paper, Ron brings us a refreshingly "easy" understanding of who Jesus is. Look for installments 2 and 3 in the October and November issues of 21stCR. (This is the companion piece to the video presentation by Ron which can be found above in this month's edition.)
Is the Incarnation True?
"In Two Pages or Less." Once again, Kermit Zarley, in his beautiful economy of words, brings us a clear and concise answer to the question: Is the Incarnation True?
Polishing our Vessels
Author, singer and songwriter LaBreeska Hemphill brings us yet another of her uplifting exhortations. In "Polishing Our Vessels," LaBreeska captures our imaginations in encouraging us to present ourselves to God as vessels to his honor.