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Denominations: Baptist Church (Part 2)
Posted on August 4, 2021 by Bryan Hodge
Name There are different ideas which have been set forth for the origin of the name Baptist. (1) A few Baptists claim that the name is God-given. It was given to John because of his mission. Also, it is the … Continue reading →
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Our Great God
Proverbs 25:2 reads, “It is the glory of God to conceal a matter, but the glory of kings to search out a matter.” What is the meaning? One writer comments, “The roles of God and the King are compared. God, … Continue reading →