Monthly Archives: February 2007

What is an evangelical – III

Belief that Jesus’ death and resurrection were historical facts, necessary for our new life The 20th Century has seen an unparalleled interest in the truth claims of the life, death and resurrection of Jesus. Numerous academics, skeptics and religious challengers

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What is an evangelical – II

Affirmation that, suddenly or gradually, individuals are transformed (“reborn”) into believers I have my black belt in the martial arts. I have also earned my undergrad at the University of Toronto. Many others have followed similar paths. As pretty much

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What is an evangelical – I

Acceptance of the authority of Scripture over all other documents and traditions Have you ever had someone challenge your faith by asking if you really believe what it says in the Bible? In today’s post, I will provide my response

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What is an evangelical – Introduction

I’m going to spend the next few posts defining what I think it means to be an evangelical Christian. I believe that this is a valuable exercise, as it allows me to outline where I’m coming from and to give

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