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brief history and doctrine of the Christian Israelite Church.

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Published by Christian Israelite Church in [Strathfield, N.S.W.] .
Written in English

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Christian Israelites hold the hope of the life of the body, that is to be preserved alive by the power of God until Jesus Christ returns. This hope, we believe, will be the fulfilment of promises in scripture to a remnant of the descendants of Israel, namely thespoken of in Revelations - Christian Israelites.

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(Grand Rapids. Eerdmans Publishing Company, ). Nevertheless, Hodge saw no reason to adopt hard-and-fast cessationism. There is nothing in the New Testament inconsistent with the occurrence of miracles in the post-apostolic age of the Church.

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INDEX Greetings, The Christian Israelite Church Sanctuary in Sydney, Australia, was built in – so this year,it is years old. We have taken this occasion of the Sesquicentennial Celebrations at Sydney Sanctuary to produce this booklet on “A History of The Christian Israelite Church in Australia”.

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