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Mark 10:1-12 Jesus Teaching on Divorce (and Remarriage) Jesus leaves Capernaum and heads south into Judea, and, as usual draws a crowd. And “as was his custom, he taught them” (v. 1). Mark gives us no insight into what Jesus may have been teaching the...read more
Mark 9:42-50 Temptations to Sin and the Demands of the Kingdom [NOTE: from our last entry in this series, that William Lane included v. 42 with the previous section beginning at v. 38. I have chosen to include it also here, treating it as at the beginning of the...read more
Mark 9:38-41 (42) The disciples get rebuked for rebuking John’s remark seems to come out of nowhere. And IMHO, its not entirely clear if this is tied to the previous discussion about ‘Who is the greatest?’ or if this is an entirely separate...read more
Remember when ketchup was declared a vegetable? In the early 80’s Congress cut $1 billion dollars of funding for child nutrition. The USDA had 90 days to reorganize their standards under this funding cut. With a massive funding change the USDA needed to get creative....read more
“If anyone should not find himself astonished and filled with wonder when he becomes involved in one way or another with theology, he would be well advised to consider once more, from a certain remoteness and without prejudice, what is involved in this...read more
In response to my recent article Faith Through The Lens of Natural Theology I received a great question from a friend on facebook. Able…“are there nuances of panentheism that you might apply or hold personally? Obviously, the universe isn’t God, yet we can...read more
I came across these podcasts and, quite frankly, they were pretty eye opening for me (they’re kind of all related). So I wanted to share them here and see if we could get some good discussion going in the comments below. And, here they are: This one talks about...read more
2 John 12 Though I have much to write to you, I would rather not use paper and ink. Instead I hope to come to you and talk face to face, so that our joy may be complete. (ESV) John is such a person of the heart. He prefers to be there face to face, so that he can...read more
“Let [the one] who cannot be alone beware of community… Let [the one] who is not in community beware of being alone… Each by itself has profound perils and pitfalls. One who wants fellowship without solitude plunges into the void of words and...read more
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