Taking Your Christian Worldview to the Movies: Analyzing Content (Part III/III)
Aug14

Taking Your Christian Worldview to the Movies: Analyzing Content (Part III/III)

This article concludes a three-part series on taking your Christian worldview to the movies. See also parts one and two. The subject of this article is how we analyze content. Introducing Content Content means the “things contained.” In a movie, it’s its main message. Using dialogue as an example, content refers to what the characters say and what their words mean means, whereas form refers to how they say them. “Technical excellence...

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Free Will Baptists: A History of Migrants
Aug08

Free Will Baptists: A History of Migrants

At the turn of the twentieth century, very little was known about the development of the Palmer Movement of Free Will Baptists. Since then, historians have gathered and synthesized myriad documents into excellent narrative accounts.[1] Now Free Will Baptist historians need to begin filling in details and applying relevant historical analysis. Our understanding of how Free Will Baptists spread geographically could benefit greatly from...

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2017 National Association: Convention Review
Aug03

2017 National Association: Convention Review

by the Helwys Society and Friends Another Convention is on the books. All seven Forum contributors were among the 4,603 Free Will Baptists to attend this year’s meeting in Louisville, Kentucky. We were blessed to be able to represent our churches, provide seminars, watch our young people compete, and worship with our brothers and sisters across the denomination. In this post, we recount some of our reflections from the 81st National...

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Why We Don’t Read the Bible
Jul31

Why We Don’t Read the Bible

You wake up ten minutes later than you had hoped and it starts: “What if I’m late? What about traffic? What time are my meetings today?” You finally make it to work, but your mind is elsewhere. You remember the family member who is struggling. Or you remember the difficult problem your kid is facing at school. You make it home, and, as you turn on the evening news, you start to worry about the economy and world events. You turn the...

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