May 2006 Edition
Welcome to re:thinking magazine. Below you will find the titles, with a short synopsis, of the various articles appearing in this issue. We are interested in any feedback you may have, whether positive or not, so feel free to e-mail us at email@example.com. If you wish to correspond directly with the writers, their e-mail addresses are provided at the end of their articles.
Editorially Speaking: A Soliloquy On Modern-Day SadduceeismBy Allan Turner
To read Allan’s little soliloquy on modern-day Sadduceeism, click here.
Miracles, The Supernatural, And Modern-Day SadduceeismBy Wayne Wells
To read what Wayne thinks these three have to do with each other, click here.
Choosing Elders (Part I) By Randy Blackaby
Choosing elders for a local congregation often becomes one of the most difficult, controversial and sometimes divisive things a group of saints undertakes. When this is the case it usually is linked to misunderstandings about the qualifications set forth in scripture for congregational overseers. To read Randy's first article in this series on choosing elders, click here.
Why Do We Have Rights?By Doy Moyer
The founders of the United States recognized some of the most important principles ever to be understood. They knew that Mankind is not some perchance, randomly evolved race. But this recognition carries with it a deeper understanding that because we are created, we have been given, by our Creator, “certain unalienable rights.” To read Doy's excellent thoughts on this subject, click here.
The Church Without
Laity (Part VII)By Allan Turner
The church purchased with the precious blood of Jesus Christ is unique (cf. Acts 20:28). It is most unfortunate that it remains a church unknown to most. It is, astoundingly, a church without laity, and it is this feature that Allan will be focusing on in this series of articles. To read the seventh installment in this series, click here.
By Women, For Women: “The Only Gift Worth Giving”By Lydia Humphries Casey
In another very fine piece of writing, Lydia reminds her readers of the only gift worth giving. To read what she has to say, click here.
Ode To The Unknown God (Part II)
By Allan Turner
In this second in a series of thirteen articles, Allan continues his study of the one true God, noting the psychological nature of idolatry, and making a critical examination of some of the idols we moderns have constructed for ourselves. These articles will form the core of a book to be published soon. To read the second article, click here.
A New Book By Allan Turner
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