John Samson

John Samson is the pastor-teacher of King’s Church in Peoria, Arizona, as well as an author and conference speaker. He has a passion for the local Church and for the free offer of the gospel to be proclaimed far and wide. June, 2017 marked 30 years of Christian ministry for John. In that time he has pastored churches in both England and the USA, and has included ministry trips to Europe, Australia, New Zealand, India and Mongolia, in Churches, Camps, Conferences and Gospel outreach. John’s passion is to proclaim God as He really is, and the Gospel as it really is, believing that it is impossible to have one without the other. In light of this, he is happy to affirm the historic creeds and Confessions of the Church as well as the five solas of the Reformation and the Doctrines of Grace. Inspired by a deep desire to proclaim the truth of God’s word without compromise, John is known for his simple, down to earth and clear Bible teaching ministry, which is often blended with humor. John is the author of two books published by Solid Ground Christian Books: “Twelve What Abouts – Answering Common Objections Concerning God’s Sovereignty in Election” and “The Five Solas – Standing Together, Alone”. He also maintains his own internet blog at www.effectualgrace.com.

Concerning Chapter and Verse Divisions in The Bible

Where did the chapter and verse divisions in our Bibles come from? When Scripture was originally written, there were no chapter and verse divisions. These man-made additions to our Bibles came much later. It was Stephen Langton, an Archbishop of Canterbury in England, who added chapter divisions into the Latin Vulgate around A.D. 1227. A …

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Concerning Chapter and Verse Divisions in the Bible

Where did the chapter and verse divisions in our Bibles come from? When Scripture was originally written, there were no chapter and verse divisions. These man-made additions to our Bibles came much later. It was Stephen Langton, an Archbishop of Canterbury in England, who added chapter divisions into the Latin Vulgate around A.D. 1227. A …

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