The Quarterly (Vol. 7, No. 4)



Not afraid to jump into controversial subjects, one writer addresses the problems with the common practice of “baptizing” children. We tackle the differences between the two genealogies of Jesus, the “evolution” of marriage laws in the Methodist Church, and more.

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Complete contents:

  • Thanks (An Editorial by Bradley S. Cobb)
  • Raccoon John Smith Tries to Immerse a Methodist Preacher Against His Will (John Augustus Williams)
  • Doppelgängers (John Krivak)
  • The Ten Commandments for 21st Century Christians: Thou Shall Not Covet (Charles R. Rose)
  • The Evolution of “Adjusting” God’s Marriage Law (Hugh Fulford)
  • When God’s Word Ceases to Matter (Jim Mitchell)
  • Let Us Love One Another (Roy Knight)
  • Dealing With Anger (Adam Cozort)
  • The Life of Christ (Part 3) Why Don’t the Genealogies Match? (Bradley S. Cobb)
  • Stop “Baptizing” the Little Kids! (Caleb Robertson)
  • 1 Corinthians 4: A New Translation and Commentary (Matthew Shaffer)
  • Go and Sin No More (Bill Howard)
  • How To Change Yourself And Your Relation To God—A Pattern for Self-Help and Self-Improvement (Gerald Cowan)
  • DO WHAT YOU CAN WHILE YOU STILL CAN (A Poem by Gerald Cowan)
  • The Weaker Vessel (John Krivak)
  • How I Got Out of the Maze of Sectarianism (or why I Rejected Denominationalism) (J. Ira Jones)
  • What is Your Favorite Verse? (Curtis Hartshorn)
  • He Removed the Sting (Johnny O. Trail)
  • Where Do Mistakes Go When You Rub Them Out? (Roymond Elliot)
  • The Manicheans (Kyle D. Frank)
  • The Identity of the Church Leads to Fellowship (Jake Schotter)


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