Gospel Gazette Online
Volume 17 Number 12 December 2015
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Louis Rushmore, EditorRodney Nulph, Associate EditorThe editors of Gospel Gazette invite you to take advantage of both the current issue of this Internet magazine but also of the 1,000's of archived lessons, too. The site-wide search engine and article index afford one the opportunity to discover articles in which he or she is especially interested.

In This Issue

Page 2: Pain and Suffering Louis Rushmore, Editorial
Page 3: The Fragrance of Forgiveness Rodney Nulph, Editorial
Page 3: Christmas: The Unscriptural Christian Holiday Thomas Baxley
Page 4: Things I Want to Give Myself for Christmas Mark N. Posey
Page 4: What Does Christmas Mean to Us? Clarence Lavender
Page 5: A New Year in Christ Robert Johnson
Page 5: Resolutions George Jensen
Page 6: A New Year! Royce Pendergrass
Page 6: Resolutions Royce Pendergrass
Page 7: God's Way for Us to Cope with Grief, #5 Marilyn LaStrape
Page 8: We Preach the Miraculous Birth Mark McWhorter
Page 9: He Knows If You've Been Bad or Good Thomas Baxley
Page 9: Don't Wait Thomas Baxley
Page 10: Lessons Learned at My Funeral Gary C. Hampton
Page 10: Dethroning God Bruce Daugherty
Page 11: Don't Keep Christ in the Manger Mark T. Tonkery
Page 11: Keep Christ in Christmas? Mark T. Tonkery
Page 12: Weasel Words T. Pierce Brown
Page 12: The Supposed Scandal of the Virgin Birth T. Pierce Brown
Page 13: Words Mean Something Trent Childers
Page 13: Divine Omniscience Jeremy Main
Page 14: Faith Without Works Is Dead Mark McWhorter
Page 14: A Letter to the Youth Albert Sihsing
Page 15: Quality Bible Classes Ronald Reeves
Page 15: Pursuing Excellence Paolo DiLuca
Page 16: Q&A: Did God Create Evil? Louis Rushmore
Page 16: Q&A: What Is the Origin of Evil? Louis Rushmore
Page 16: Q&A: May Christians Observe Christmas? Louis Rushmore

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