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2021: Back to Normal, or Better?

When the clock strikes midnight to usher in a new year, celebrations and excitement abound. Many of us might seize the moment and seriously consider the opportunity for a new beginning and make New Year’s resolutions. The most common New Year’s resolutions involve...

Thanksgiving: To Whom and For What

November brings a special time of year where our families gather to offer thanks. This year however, family gatherings may not look the same. For a number of reasons, there may be some family members who are not sitting around the table or watching football or getting...

Madjanakou Martouka’s Internship Experience

Published September 1, 2020 in Diakonos Madjanakou Martouka is earning his Master of Divinity from Baptist Bible Seminary. His program includes a paid internship, three months of which Martouka was to spend at a church in the United States. In one of his last reports...

Book Review: Israel’s Eschatological Enemy

June 22, 2020 in Diakonos Israel’s Eschatological Enemy A book by Ph.D. graduate Timothy Allen Little  Who is the king of Babylon in Isaiah 14? The early church sometimes identified him as Nebuchadnezzar, but most also saw a deeper meaning in Isaiah 14:12–14,...
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