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Review of John Sanders' No Other Name: An Investigation into the Destiny of the Unevangelized

Power from on High: Baptism of the Holy Spirit

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Suffering, Success and "The Day of Salvation"

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Suffering, Success And "The Day of Salvation"

"Suffering" and "success" do not appear often together in public today -- and often not in the church -- but they do in the Bible. In this article, which was first published in PresentTruth magazine (Vol. 42, June 1978), Edward shows how human desperation and powerlessness provides the opportunity for God's saving activity -- and how these counterparts are central to the gospel itself.

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