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This post is a continuatoin of a series of articles from Dr. Nettles on 2 Thessalonians. To view the last post, you can click here: https://cbtseminary.org/he-who-hinders-tom-nettles/ This view of the “mystery of lawlessness” described in the previous post still could...
A.) The Limitations of Governing Authorities over the Church We must be in subjection to our governing authorities for the sake of conscience (Romans 13:5). But not in all things. Our consciences should not be subject to governing authorities in religious matters. Our...
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