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Volume 1, Number 1

Notes on the Separation of Church and State
Window Pains

Volume 1, Number 2

The Trinity
Notes on the King James Translation and the So-called Textus Receptus
The Thematic Arrangement of Biblical Texts

Volume 2, Number 1

Notes on Genesis
All People are Immoral But Some People are More Immoral Than Others
Lessons Learned

Volume 2, Number 2

Is Barefoot and Pregnant God's Plan for Women?
Commitment (The "C" Word)
Notes on the Founding Fathers and the Separation of Church and State
Little Green Men?

Volume 3, Number 1

The Crucifixion of Jesus and the Temple Scroll
New Wine and Old: Christianity and Traditional Judaism
Leadership, Servanthood and Submission
Interview With Philip Rice, An Antelope Valley Pastor With the World Wide Church of God
The End of the World
God Intended it For Good
The Message of Hebrew Wisdom Literature
Making War in the Heavenlies
Ancient Israelite Marriage Customs
More Than Just a Controversy: All About the Holy Spirit
When God is One of Us
Jesus and Siners
The Worst of All Possible Worlds?
The Wisdom of James
British Israelism: A Mirage (reprint)
The Use of Parallelism in Psalm 139
The Mystery
Life and Kung Fu

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