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Miracle Or Myth Or Both?

To connect the word “myth” with what traditional Christians have called “miracles” is to court both misunderstanding and disagreement, if not also some disappointment. Luke Timothy Johnson contends that for us to recapture a world in which the miracles of God are alive and well means we have to recapture miracles as myths and to […]



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Woman Pastor Named In The New Testament?

CBE By Alexandra Greenley The second letter of John is addressed “to the elect lady and to her children.” But who is the “elect lady” of 2 John? Is she a mother with kids, or something more? A look at the apostle John’s use of the word “children” in 1 John can help us understand who […]



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10 Informative Reading Resources – AOP Homeschooling

To remind us to make reading a proactive choice, each year September 6 is deemed National Read a Book Day. To prepare for this year’s event in your homeschool family, check out these 10 informative reading resources from Alpha Omega Publications.



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“No One Is Allowed to Tell Mommy What to Do” and Other Things Homeschoolers Say

To enter a recent Monarch giveaway, we asked our Facebook users to submit some of their cutest and funniest comments they’ve heard from their kids throughout their homeschooling days and years. What they had to say made our hearts melt and our sides hurt with laughter.



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“No One Is Allowed to Tell Mommy What to Do” and
Other Things Homeschoolers Say


Printable 2018-19 ACT and SAT Test and Registration Dates

To simplify the sometimes-stressful back-to-homeschool season, grab your calendar and check out the 2018-19 ACT and SAT test and registration dates. Choose a date that works well for your student, schedule the test right away to avoid late fees, and plan out a study schedule to keep your homeschooler on pace for the exam.



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Apocalyptic Becomes “Apocalyptic” Theology

To the casual observer one of truly odd features of late 20th and early 21st Century New Testament studies is that historical Jesus scholars (of the Jesus Seminar mode — Crossan, Funk, Borg) rejected apocalyptic as the context for explaining Jesus while some Pauline scholars (of the J. Louis Martyn mode — Martyn, Beker, Käsemann, […]



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Daily Prayer for March 17

To the Jews who had believed him, Jesus said, “If you hold to my teaching, you are really my disciples. Then you will know the truth, and the truth will set you free.” John 8:31–32, NIV

Dear Father in heaven, grant that we may come to you in the Spirit. Through your Spirit gather us and many others on earth around our Lord Jesus Christ, the great Savior of humankind. May our hearts become truly free because you deliver us from all bondage to our own natures and to the world around us. As free people may we be led safely through distress, fear, and want, through need and death. May we become happy children whom Jesus Christ has called to life, children who are not discouraged by the struggle but who fight joyfully for your kingdom until it can be revealed to all the world. Amen.


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Author: Christoph Friedrich Blumhardt