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. AJBT. Ruth 1:1-22Standing Strong on Love's Commitment

Sent February 17th 2017

. AJBT. Ruth 1:1-22Standing Strong on Love's Commitment Ruth 1:1-22. Standing Strong on Love's Commitment American Journal of Biblical Theology Copyright 2017, Dr. John W. (Jack) Carter Scripture quotes from KJV It is encouraging when we witness examples of selfless and sacrificial commitment that people demonstrate to other people, to a noble cause, or commonly to both. Often when we observe the fallen state of man, it is easy to forget that as evil as the vast majority of world culture has always been, two ...

AJBT. Judges 16:1-31. Dedicating our Gifts to the LORD

Sent February 8th 2017

AJBT. Judges 16:1-31. Dedicating our Gifts to the LORD Judges 16:1-31. Dedicating our Gifts to the LORD Dr. John W. (Jack) Carter The American Journal of Biblical Theology, www.biblicaltheology.com Have you ever given much thought as to what it is that defines you? Many adults will, if asked, respond to such a question with a description with the simple, I am a _____ where the blank identifies their position of employment or socially-defined engagement. I am an engineer, I am a teacher, I am a wife and mother,...

AJBT. Judges 9:1-15, 56-57. The Curse of Selfish Ambition

Sent February 3rd 2017

AJBT. Judges 9:1-15, 56-57. The Curse of Selfish Ambition Judges 9:1-15, 56-57. The Curse of Selfish Ambition Dr. John W (Jack) Carter The American Journal of Biblical Theology. Vol. 18(6) We have probably all heard the quote by Baron Acton, "Power tends to corrupt, and absolute power corrupts absolutely." There are many types of power, both constructive and destructive. For the purposes of this study we will look at that form of power that is realized when an individual or small group of individuals...

AJBT. Judges 6:1-7:21. Fear to Faith

Sent January 27th 2017

AJBT. Judges 6:1-7:21. Fear to Faith Judges 6:1 - 7:21. Fear to Faith Dr. John W. (Jack) Carter Psalm 8:4-5. What is man, that thou art mindful of him? and the son of man, that thou visitest him? 5For thou hast made him a little lower than the angels, and hast crowned him with glory and honour. Have you ever seriously considered with wonder and awe the true infinity of power and majesty of our eternal LORD who created all that exists in this physical universe simply for His own pleasure, and how amazing it is ...

AJBT. Judges 4:1-5:3. Accepting Godly Leadership

Sent January 20th 2017

AJBT. Judges 4:1-5:3. Accepting Godly Leadership Judges 4:1 - 5:3 Accepting Godly Leadership The American Journal of Biblical Theology. Vol. 18(3). January 22, 2017 Dr. John W. (Jack) Carter There is no question that the many days of our lives can be punctuated with events and experiences of a dramatic nature. We may experience the mountain-tops of great blessings and the valleys of great challenges as we are engaged in the journey of life. This is true both for those who have turned to the LORD in faith and t...

AJBT. Judges 2:7-23. Paddling Upstream in a Downstream World

Sent January 13th 2017

AJBT. Judges 2:7-23. Paddling Upstream in a Downstream World Judges 2:7-23. Paddling Upstream in a Downstream World Dr. John W. (Jack) Carter Have you ever felt like the whole world seems to become more evil every day? Those of us who are old enough to remember the mid 20th-century and its "Father Knows Best" culture have little difficulty describing the contrast between western culture of fifty years ago and that of today. Most would say that they have witnessed a world that is slipping deeper and d...

AJBT. Joshua 24:1-33. Making Choices: As for Me and My House

Sent December 28th 2016

AJBT. Joshua 24:1-33. Making Choices: As for Me and My House Joshua 24:1-33. Making Choices: As for Me and My House The American Journal of Biblical Theology Volume 18(1). January 1, 2017. Dr. John W. (Jack) Carter Choices. Life is full of choices as we make hundreds each day while we pass through its experiences. We choose what we will wear. We choose what we want to eat. We choose who we will associate with. We choose how we will spend our time, money, and resources. Our lives are one long sequence of decisi...

AJBT. CALL FOR PAPERS.

Sent December 26th 2016

AJBT. CALL FOR PAPERS. Dear Subscribers and Authors, 2017 will mark the 18th year of the American Journal of Biblical Theology. This journal has become a respected source of Biblical scholarship due to the volunteer contributions by its authors, volunteer reviewers, and through donations by its subscribers and supporters. This has provided a unique platform for graduate students, doctoral students, theologians, and thological professionals to share their academic projects. CALL FOR PAPERS. The Journal invites al...

AJBT. CALL FOR PAPERS.

Sent December 26th 2016

AJBT. CALL FOR PAPERS. Dear Subscribers and Authors, 2017 will mark the 18th year of the American Journal of Biblical Theology. This journal has become a respected source of Biblical scholarship due to the volunteer contributions by its authors, volunteer reviewers, and through donations by its subscribers and supporters. This has provided a unique platform for graduate students, doctoral students, theologians, and thological professionals to share their academic projects. CALL FOR PAPERS. The Journal invites al...

AJBT. Luke 1:26-38. Submitting to God

Sent December 21st 2016

AJBT. Luke 1:26-38. Submitting to God Luke 1:26-38. Submitting to God. The American Journal of Biblical Theology Volume 17(52), December 25, 2016. Dr. John W. (Jack) Carter What does God expect of you? Each of us has been created by God for a purpose, and while we are living we take up space, use up resources, and affect the lives of others. It is God's purpose that people would turn to Him in faith and obedience. The one characteristic that separates one who believes in God (as Satan does,) and one who has a...

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