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Next in line in our study "Lives of Irish Saints" we meet Bairre, pastor, pastor of pastors, educator, and true spiritual saint.

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Here is Part 3 of Ephrem's hymns, The Pearl. In this installment, the pearl is for Ephrem a window on the Kingdom of God.

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We feel the momentum of the Kingdom growing in Jesus' interviews with Nicodemus and the woman of Samaria.

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Humiliated and bound by Jesus, Satan struggles to come up with a new plan for overthrowing Him.

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Why is there so much poetry in the Bible? What does God know about poetry that we have forgotten? And how does this help us in discerning our own callings in life?

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Jesus has set us free, but from what? And to what? And what has He done to help ensure that freedom? Our study in The Westminster Confession of Faith continues.

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Abban is the first in Charles Plummer's Lives of Irish Saints, and he establishes a pattern for all who follow.

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The second hymn in Ephrem's The Pearl focuses on the beauty of Christ in His conception, suffering, exaltation, and salvation.

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Jesus begins His public ministry, preaching the Kingdom and calling His first disciples, in Part 4 of The Story.

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Satan way overplayed his hand when he thought he could take Christ captive by temptation.

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Believers are the called of God. But called to what? Called how? Called for what? That's what we'll be considering in this series.

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The mark of a Christian is love. But what is love? God's Law shows us.

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"Hagiography" is a term used to describe the lives of saints. In this series of The InVerse Theology Project, we'll be considering Charles Plummer's translations of the lives of great saints from the Celtic Revival.

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The Pearl, by fourth-century poet Ephrem the Syrian, is perhaps the first pure work of creational theology in the history of the Christian movement.

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In Part 3 of The Story we meet John the Baptist and follow Jesus into the wilderness, where He is tempted by the devil.

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