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“Temple Typology” Article by Dr. Piotrowski

“Whatever You Ask” for the Missionary Purposes of the Eschatological Temple: Quotation and Typology in Mark 11–12 Nicholas G. Piotrowski The beginning of the Gospel of Mark anticipates—right away—that the narrative will climax at the Jerusalem temple. This “gospel” of...

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Gratitude and Grace

Gratitude and Grace  A Word from Theron St.  who is a Crossroads Bible College graduate and current adjunct instructor. One of the most powerful verses God has impressed upon my heart lately is Romans 6:23. The Scripture says, “For the wages of sin is death, but the...

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Benefits of a Bible College Education

              As I sat in my first college class, I remember thinking I did not belong in a large room of great minds. The same thought crossed my mind when I sat in my first graduate class. Uncertainty engulfed my every thought. The...

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Our Prodigal Son

We are all familiar to some degree with the story of the “Prodigal Son.” “…the younger son gathered all together and took his journey into a far country…” Luke 15:30. The biblical account gives the details of this young man in Luke 15:13-24. I am sure that we all have...

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How May I Serve You?

                  We are most like Christ when we are serving others. Serving others is the last thing on the minds of this “Me-First” generation. We are always looking for people to serve us and our needs. How can you and...

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The Death of the Dreamers

  A Word from Your Crossroads Team: Today’s blog post is the second in a series of posts by Crossroads Bible College faculty and staff for Black History Month. Read the first post in this series—by Dr. Bob Kellemen—at Hardships Do Not Make It Too Hard to Love....

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Hardships Do Not Make It Too Hard To Love

  A Word from Bob: Today’s post on Black History Month is excerpted from my book, Beyond the Suffering: Embracing the Legacy of African American Soul Care. To learn more and to read a free sample chapter visit Beyond the Suffering. Today’s post is the first of a...

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