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George Robinson, Southeastern Seminary, and the Gospel Project

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Well, you wouldn’t know it from listening to some folks, but the Gospel Project is a powerfully good Bible study curriculum for local churches. The best I’ve seen, as a matter of fact. The Gospel Project is edited by my friends Ed Stetzer and Trevin Wax, and, as the project’s … Read More »

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Why All Good Christians Should Celebrate Halloween

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October 31st. For most Americans this date means one thing: **Halloween.** Costumes, candy and trick-or-treaters spending to the tune of $2.5 billion making this holiday second only to Christmas in marketing revenue. But good Christians don’t celebrate Halloween. Or do they? Some Protestants may prefer to call it Reformation Day, … Read More »

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An Invitation to Study Evangelism and Missions at Southeastern

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The Christian Scriptures make clear that God is a missionary God. In the immediate aftermath of Adam and Eve’s rebellion, God responded by promising a Seed who would defeat sin and Satan and death. Throughout the pages of the Scriptures, we see the triumphant march of God to bring forth … Read More »

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Why All Good Christians Should Celebrate Halloween

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October 31st. For most Americans this date means one thing: **Halloween.** Costumes, candy and trick-or-treaters spending to the tune of $2.5 billion making this holiday second only to Christmas in marketing revenue. But good Christians don’t celebrate Halloween. Or do they? Some Protestants may prefer to call it Reformation Day, … Read More »

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