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Mark 6:14-29 An Excursus on John the Baptist Well this is awkward! Jesus sends the twelve out on their first mission, He even equips them with authority over unclean spirits (6:7), and right in the middle of it, our narrator, John Mark, takes us on a seemingly out of...read more
Luke 23:18-19- Then they all shouted together, “Away with this man! [Unleash] Barabbas to us!” (This was a man who had been put in prison for an insurrection that had taken place in the city, and for murder). The crowd on Good Friday chooses the man who is known for...read more
Warning - This post has footnotes! I read the book of Malachi again this week and was so blessed by it that I wanted to provide a theological overview of the whole book (from my perspective) that I hope will encourage you. You may want to read the whole book of...read more
Pick up Crown of Thorns today!read more
I'm worried about some of my friends. They're really good people, and I deeply value our relationships. But I'm growing concerned that some of them may have been sucked into a mind-bending cult. They seem, well...brainwashed. They don't appear capable of thinking...read more
One doesn't have to read much Scripture to find angels. I've hung with some Christians who seem to see angels everywhere they go, though these people also tend to identify demons in everything negative that happens around them too, so I'm not sure they can be trusted....read more
It is pretty common for us in our own moments of guilt and weakness to look out into the lives of others and project on them the perfect image of life that we ourselves can not achieve. I remember in my own life as a young boy experiencing the fallout of a bad...read more
I wrote a post recently about how the term evangelical seems to have been co-opted and caricatured to the point where it has almost become meaningless. And possibly even detrimental. This came out of ongoing conversations with friends, representing a variety of...read more
"Historically, fundamentalism was a theological position; only gradually did the movement come to signify a mood and disposition as well. In its early [years] leadership reflected ballast, and less of bombast and battle... "If modernism stands discredited as a...read more
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