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Ekballo – Sent out or Cast Out??

Vine’s Complete Expository Dictionary defines the Greek compound verb ‘‘ as meaning ‘to cast, drive, expel, send or thrust out of’. The word is a composite of 2 Greek words, namely, the preposition ‘‘ meaning ‘of’ or ‘from’ and the verb ‘‘ meaning ‘cast, drive etc’. The verb ending here is presented in the first person singular. Nevertheless, once the various personal endings have been accounted for, the verb occurs 81 times in the Greek New Testament.

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Politically Correct Madness & The Continuing Death Of Free Speech

An employee at a so called Christian ‘homeless’ charity, has been suspended for answering questions about his faith to a colleague at work. To add insult to injury the patron of this charity is none other than the Archbishop of Canterbury, and erstwhile Druid, Dr Rowan Williams. Continue reading

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