Justin Huffman

Justin Huffman is a Christian, husband, father, pastor, and author - and thankful to God for each. Justin is a graduate of Reformed Theological Seminary, has pastored in the States for over 15 years, and has contributed articles to numerous publications.

Justin has written a book, "Grow: the Command to Ever Expanding Joy," and authored Daily Devotion.

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The Nature of Hell

By: Justin Huffman

Eternal, Conscious Torment and Its Recipients

Volume 19, Number 19 (5/7/2017, to 5/13/2017)

Format: Webpage

Topics: Biblical Theology

No Other Name Under Heaven

By: Justin Huffman

The Name of Jesus in the Book of Acts

Volume 19, Number 18 (4/30/2017, to 5/6/2017)

Format: Webpage

Topics: Christ

The Davidic Covenant: Psalm 89 and the Servant King

By: Justin Huffman

An Article

Volume 18, Number 20 (5/8/2016, to 5/14/2016)

Format: Webpage

Topics: Poetry and Wisdom

Can Women Teach In the Church?

By: Justin Huffman

1 Corinthians

Volume 19, Number 41 (10/8/2017, to 10/14/2017)

Format: Webpage

Topics: Church and SacramentsBiblical Theology

Is It For Oxen or Us?

By: Justin Huffman

An Exegesis of Deuteronomy 25:4

Volume 18, Number 19 (5/1/2016, to 5/7/2016)

Format: Webpage

Topics: Church and SacramentsPastoral Ministry

Niebuhr, Christianity, and Culture

By: Justin Huffman

An Article

Volume 20, Number 20 (5/13/2018, to 5/19/2018)

Format: Webpage

Topics: EthicsPhilosophy

My Prayer Is That They Be Saved

By: Justin Huffman

Romans 10:1

Volume 19, Number 39 (9/24/2017, to 9/30/2017)

Format: Webpage

Topics: Pauline Epistles

Christ as Creator

By: Justin Huffman

Genesis 1:1

Volume 19, Number 40 (10/1/2017, to 10/7/2017)

Format: Webpage

Topics: ChristGod

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