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Athens: Then and Now

Athens is the capital city of Greece. It is locat­ed on a plain near the southern coastline. Greeks first occupied Athens around 1900 B.C. The earliest settle­ments began on the large, flat-topped hill of Acropolis, which was protected by steep slopes on all sides except the west. The city eventually grew around the fortified hill. […]

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Athens

Athens is the capital of Greece. It is situated on the coast of the eastern peninsula. Throughout his­tory it has been the center of Greek culture, art and philosophy and the center of western civilization. In this essay, I’m going to explain more fully the signifi­cance of Greece through-out history, both in Bible times and […]

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How Then Shall We Witness

Lately in the G.L.T.D., there has been an awakening in some to the truth expressed in reformed doctrine and for others, there is a period of indecision accompanied with the searching of the scriptures and the conviction of the Holy Ghost if these things are true. Still others are, within their Heart, convinced that such […]

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Acts 15:36 to 18:22

The Book of Acts: Paul’s Second Missionary Journey (concluded) IV. At Athens, 17: 16-34. A.  His First Labors, vv. 16-18: 1.  Athens’ idolatry: a.  What did Paul observe while he waited for Silas and Timothy? 1) What is meant by “wholly given to idolatry”? 2) Was Athens more idolatrous, and therefore worse, than other cities? […]

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