• Walter Scott and the Five-Finger Exercise
  • Who Was the Cross For?
  • Constantine the Great: Christian or Pagan? (Paper)
  • Melchizedek, a Type of Christ
  • The Age of Accountability
  • Principles of Conversion: Ownership Brings Activation
  • The Angry God of the Old Testament
  • Why the Death of Jesus?

     

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Popular dictionaries list many different definitions for conversion. In all the definitions, the word “change” is continually used to convey the meaning, regardless of the context (monetary, scientific, medical, religious, etc.)
Conversion to Christianity can be understood on three levels—the broad sense, the strict sense, and the discipleship sense. Understanding these has implications for living the Christian life.

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