Uplook Update – Spring 2017
April 10, 2017
Can we know who is on “The right or the wrong side of history? The new Spring Uplook Update starts with looking into this, and includes more new and helpful resources and links to check out!
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New Beginnings: Noahic Covenant and Post-flood WorldApril 1, 2012
Noah’s life straddles the pre- and post-flood worlds. Its duration spanned an epoch of violence which was so brutal that it merited the severest divine judgment since Adam’s fall.
The Edenic CovenantMarch 1, 2012
The Edenic covenant, named for its geographical setting, was established by God for man during the first dispensation, the dispensation of innocence.
The Adamic CovenantMarch 1, 2012
We live in a world of pain and suffering. There is inequity and injustice all around us.
The Abrahamic CovenantMarch 1, 2012
The everlasting covenant that God made with Abram and confirmed to Isaac and Jacob concerned a people and a land.
The Mosaic CovenantMarch 1, 2012
In Exodus 19, Israel is gathered in the wilderness. Delivered from Egypt and from Pharaoh’s armies, the people are at the base of Mount Sinai.
Standing on Their ShouldersDecember 1, 1999
To acknowledge indebtedness to our Christian forebears does not mean that we are engaging in ancestral worship.
John FoxeNovember 1, 1999
John Foxe (1516-1587), born in Lincolnshire, England, was an English church historian whose massive and unanswerable work, The Acts and Monuments, nerved all of England against the Church of Rome
Edward PerronetOctober 1, 1999
Edward Perronet (1726-1792) penned what is today called the National Anthem of the Church: "All Hail the Power of Jesus' Name."
J. G. BellettJuly 1, 1999
John Gifford Bellett (1795-1864) was the premiere devotional writer in what is called the "Brethren movement" of the 1800s.