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Christianity Magazine: March/April, 1996: Delusions That Capture: Flaws That Destroy
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Christianity Magazine: March/April, 1996: Delusions That Capture: Flaws That Destroy

Christianity Magazine 1996

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Overview

Christianity Magazine provides scriptural, practical, resonant, and inspiring articles that will build faith and hope. Along with its regular monthly columns, each issue spotlights a different theme and features a variety of voices from trusted Christian leaders.

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Key Features

  • Includes practical insight into living a whole and God-centered life
  • Offers clear and thought provoking pieces that fully engage the reader in their themes.
  • Encourages daily living for Christ

Contents

  • “Delusions: Failing to See the Spirit World” by Robert L. Gabhart
  • “Delusions: God Is Like a Man” by Marty Broadwell
  • “Delusions: My Body Is Me” by Mike Dubose
  • “Egg on My Face” by Dee Bowman
  • “Dealing with Those Who Are Contentious” by Sewell Hall
  • “Sabbath Legislation” by Ed Harrell
  • “Detour Ahead!” by W. Frank Walton
  • “The Problem with John 3:16” by Bobby Graham
  • and much more!

Product Details

  • Title: Christianity Magazine: March/April, 1996: Delusions That Capture: Flaws That Destroy
  • Editor: Ed Harrell
  • Publication Date: 1996
  • Pages: 32

About Ed Harrell

Ed Harrell is professor emeritus of History at Auburn University, received a BA degree from David Lipscomb College in 1954 and M.A. and Ph.D. degrees from Vanderbilt University in 1958 and 1962. He has written seven books on American religious history, including The Churches of Christ in the Twentieth Century: Homer Hailey’s Personal Journey of Faith; Oral Roberts: An American Life; and Pat Robertson: A Personal, Religious, and Political Portrait. He is co-editor of Minorities in Modern America, a series published by Indiana University Press, and a series entitled Religion and American Culture by the University of Alabama Press. He is the author of over 50 articles in scholarly publications. His current research interests focus on the history of the modern Pentecostal and charismatic movements in America.