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Jesus Challenges a Religious System that has Withered and Ceased to Bear Fruit (Follow Me – Part 45)
Mark 11:12-25 Jesus Curses a Fig Tree and Clears the Temple Courts The next day, on their way to Jerusalem, Jesus is hungry (v. 12). Fortunately, He sees a fig tree, but then, upon closer examination He finds that it bears no fruit (v. 13). Then somewhat strangely,...read more
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
"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 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 perhaps...read more
A General Introduction I find the definition of theology as “The Study of God” to be too obtuse to be useful. I define theology in a more acute form (yet careful to avoid being myopic) as follows, Theology is the talk, conversation and discussion of the people of God...read more
Every now and then, I hear (or read) something that mocks the idea of Jesus as a "personal Savior". The rationale is usually along the lines of: "What? You think you own Jesus, or something? Like, He's your personal Savior -- what a narcissist you must be, to think...read more
If it hasn't been obvious before, it's obvious now -- as in: 'how could you possibly miss it?' -- that evangelicals need to do some serious soul-searching, humble themselves, and REPENT. And no, actually, this isn't just a cheap shot at the president-elect of the...read more
According to Captain Snark, our very own Kenny Burchard, the following facts need to be accounted for: "Hi Facebook. Just a gentle reminder that there is only one way for a true Christian to vote. And that way, as expressed and clarified daily right here on Facebook...read more
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