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Larry Dixon

Professor of Systematic Theology and Church History, Columbia International University, South Carolina


Larry Dixon is Professor of Systematic Theology and Church History at Columbia International University, South Carolina.


Products

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The Other Side of the Good News

The Other Side of the Good News

Contemporary Challenges to Jesus teaching on hell

~ Larry Dixon

In a time of Christian confusion and evangelical erosion, Jesus' teaching about the destiny of the wicked needs to be emphasized. Is there a biblical doctrine of hell or are Christians free to hold a variety of viewpoints on this... read more


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Doc Walk

Doc Walk

Putting into practice what you SAY you believe

~ Larry Dixon

Surveys of Churchgoers reveal a huge problem - there is too little difference between them and people who dont go to church! If our beliefs are to be taken seriously then they must be seen to have a difference in our behaviour,... read more


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Doc Talk

Doc Talk

A fairly serious survey of all that Theological Stuff

~ Larry Dixon

People ask the strangest things in Christian books - a pocket sized large print Bible or maybe a profound leader's guide for instant Bible studies! A few moments thought would make us realise how silly we can be ... does a really... read more


Endorsements

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Preaching With Balance

Preaching With Balance

My colleague at Columbia International University Seminary and School of Missions (we have very large sweatshirts) has produced for us an enormously practical work on all the critical issues of preaching in today's world. I commend Preaching with Balance without reservation.


Someone has said that balance may be just another word for deadness, but that is certainly not true with this very helpful discussion of faithfully and fruitfully proclaiming God's Word. The topics covered are balance in theological and personal perspective, in preaching purpose, in homiletical variety, and in sermon content and delivery..


Dr. Hamilton makes the point that most congregations would be pleased to hear better preaching, and most preachers would be pleased to be more effective in the pulpit. This text, carefully studied and applied, will greatly help to fulfill both desires..