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One Faith, One Lord, One Baptism

One Faith, One Lord, One Baptism

Essential Teachings for Faith Formation in the Church of the Nazarene

Living Water

English

Newsletter edited by J.O. McClurkan, 1903-1907

Formerly 

Living Water, May 4, 1911

English

May 04, 1911
Editor: Rev. J.O. McClurkan, Rev. M. Pike, Associate editor.
Nashville, TN: Pentecostal Mission Publishing Company.
16 pages

WHDL ID: 
WHDL-00006209

Living Water, Dec. 15, 1910

English

December 15, 1910
Editor: Rev. J.O. McClurkan, Rev. M. Pike, Associate editor.
Nashville, TN: Pentecostal Mission Publishing Company.

WHDL ID: 
WHDL-00006207

Church Member's Handbook (Revised Edition): An easy-to-ready guide to the Manual of the Church of the Nazarene

Author, Editor, Compiler, etc.: 
Neville Bartle
Scott Stargel

An easy-to-read guide to the Manual of the church of the Nazarene

The Church has an official book called The Manual of the Church of the Nazarene, but we usually just call it “the Manual.” It is a legal document, and many people find it difficult to read and understand, even some who speak English as their first language. This small book is an easy-to-read summary of the main points of the Manual, focusing on the parts that relate to the local church and district activities. It will show you what we Nazarenes believe, how we govern ourselves, and what our purpose is.

What is the function of the lamb in Revelation 5?

The thesis of this study is that the function of the lamb metaphor in Revelation 5 serves to reveal the nature of God and the way God achieves victory over evil. Through John’s use of the lamb metaphor, the way of the Roman Empire is revealed as a false ideology, true victory is revealed, and the way of the lamb is made known to his followers. John wrote this document in a   particular time period and cultural context.

WHDL ID: 
WHDL-00006115

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