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What is the blood of Christ for? By David Camps. It briefly discusses the misconception about the blood of Christ for protection.

A Clash of Orthodoxies - by Robert P. George. The author presents a case for the rational superiority of Christian morality over against what is termed secular orthodoxy.

American Idea of Religious Freedom, The: Church and State in the United States - 1888 - by Philip Schaff. A look at what "religious freedom" really means.

Divine Limitations - by John Milton Williams. Taken from his work, Rational Theology, this chapter provides a cogent argument and basis for the understanding that there are particular ways in which even God is limited. Though Williams does not deal with divine nescience (and in fact, supports the view of absolute foreknowledge in Rational Theology), it nevertheless provides support for the proposition that it takes nothing away from God's perfections to recognize the ways in which even He might be limited given the nature of the Universe which He has created.

Finney on Universalism - by Charles G. Finney. Excerpted from a sermon printed in the Oberlin Evangelist in 1848, Finney, as usual, holds little back!

Finney's Conversion - From the Memoirs of Charles G. Finney. Finney's own account of his conversion.

Finney's Rules of Evidence - By Charles G. Finney. From His Skeletons of a Course of Theological Lectures, Mr. Finney outlines basic rules of evidence by which to ascertain the truth of a subject. Essential reading for understanding how to frame a theological debate.

The Character, Claims, and Practical Workings of Freemasonry - By Charles G. Finney.

Founding Fathers and Slavery, The - by David Barton. Did the Founding Fathers of America really support slavery? Were the Christians at that time indifferent to the plight of African slaves? This article briefly outlines the truth.

God Who Suffers, The - by Dennis Ngien, preaching associate at First Alliance Church of Metro-Toronto. The author examines the notion of impassibility and what it means for God's love.

Influence of Charles Finney's Perfectionism, The - by Leo P. Hirrel. A look at the influence of Finney's theology on the life and culture of American Relgion.

Judge Not? - By Jacob Prasch. The author explores the biblical teaching on judging and how Christians are to judge righteously.

Making of a Revivalist, The - by the Rev. Dr. Allen C. Guelzo. Examing Finney's expansion upon the theology of Jonathan Edwards.

Must God Create the Best - by David Basinger. The author looks at the type of world proponents of Freewill Theism may coherently assert which God would be obligated to create given His decision to create a world. This essay is quite similar to Bassinger's Basic Freewill Theism and God's Moral Nature (Goodness), Chapter 3, from The Case for Freewill Theism : A Philosophical Assessment.

Origin of the "Leap of Faith - by Carlton McLemore. A brief survey of Francis Schaefer's look at Kierkegarrd's use of this phrase and what it has come to mean.

Problem of Evil, The - by Kel Good. The author takes a look at how competing theological systems deal with the issue.

Problem with the 'Problem of Evil', The - by David and Randall Basinger. The authors take a philosophical look at the typical argument against theistic belief in an omnipotent, omnibenevolent God, showing how the argument itself is too ambiguous to be taken seriously. This material closely parallels Chapter 4 of Basinger's The Case for Freewill Theism : A Philosophical Assessment.

Story of Solid Rock, The - By Larry Norman. A brief look at how popular music has been used for sacred purposes since at least the reformation.

Ten Criticisms of the Bible Code" - By Ken Samples. A brief, but powerful critical look at this latest bible "fad".

Way The New Testament Writers Handled the Old Testament, The - by Jacob Prasch. A look at the interpretive method called midrash", that was used by New Testament writers in dealing the the Old Testament.

What Do We Know? - by Gordon C. Olson. Gordon Olson examines some theological principles believers can hold on to.