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Mark 11: 1-11 Jesus enters Jerusalem as Messianic King Well, we've finally made it. Our scene opens with Jesus approaching Jerusalem at the Mount of Olives (v.1). He sends two of His disciples ahead into Bethphage with some interesting instructions: Grab a colt off...read more
Mark 10:46-52 Jesus heals an outcast named Bartimaeus Jericho is the last stop on Jesus' journey to Jerusalem. A blind man, begging along the pilgrimage route to the Passover festival, might have been left unnamed in this narrative, but perhaps Bartimaeus (v. 46) was...read more
James 3:9 With the tongue we praise our Lord and Father, and with it we curse human beings, who have been made in God’s likeness. 10 Out of the same mouth come praise and cursing. My brothers and sisters, this should not be. The ability to speak is an amazing thing....read more
My first course in Seminary was called Theological Understandings of Jesus. It was taught by professor Mark D. Baker. On the first day of the class, he asked us to talk together about (get ready for some nerdy terminology) the hypostatic union. You know, Jesus is...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 undertaking....read more
In any group of people -- spending a lot of time together, growing in community and working alongside each other -- tidbits of jargon appear. Jargon isn't a bad thing, if you take the time to explain what you mean. At its best, jargon serves as a sort of "verbal...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 how...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
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