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Exposition: the act of expounding, setting forth, or explaining.

The exposition of a point of view.  A writing primarily intended to convey information or to explain. 
 
This section contains expositions covering a myriad of topics to encourage thought, as well as research.

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"All in All" by A. E. Knoch

Preface

By | January 28, 2015

Check Your Panoply The articles in this book were originally published in our bimonthly magazine, UNSEARCHABLE RICHES, during the years 1960 through 1963. Many references therein are made to earlier volumes of our magazine, not giving the year of publication, but rather the volume number (often in Roman numerals). Most of the New Testament quotations …

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1. Fellowship with the Lord

By | January 28, 2015

Check Your Panoply OVER FORTY YEARS AGO, in introducing an exposition on CELESTIAL WARFARE, this magazine published the following fundamental facts from which we now quote: “We wish to correct the impression that we teach that the sixth of Ephesians refers to doctrine rather than to deportment. It is wrong to infer from the negative, …

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2. The Prayer of Faith

By | January 28, 2015

Check Your Panoply PUTTING ON THE PANOPLY of God is something which cannot be accomplished without “praying on every occasion” (Eph.6:18). This signifies that the various phases (girding the loins, putting on the cuirass, etc.) should each be accompanied by such prayers and petitions, as were practiced by Paul and his associates. Before going further …

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3. Doctrine and Deportment

By | January 28, 2015

Check Your Panoply WHEN WE TURN to the skeleton of the Ephesian letter in our Keyword Concordance, page 341/410/367, we learn that the first half of this epistle refers to doctrine, and the second half to deportment. It is from these two angles that the subjects in the central column of the skeleton are approached. …

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