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John 15:9 I have loved you even as the Father has loved me. Remain in my love. Continuing on with Advent, I know that I skipped "Joy." I have to be honest with you; I'm not there. I'll probably get there by the time December 25th comes around, but I haven't gotten...read more
Mark 11-27*-33 The Religious Leaders Question Jesus' Authority After a brief stop at the fig tree on the way into town, Jesus and His disciples arrive again in Jerusalem (v. 27). At the Temple, Jesus is confronted by the chief priests, the scribes (they're still...read more
Hebrews 11:1 Now faith is confidence in what we hope for and assurance about what we do not see. It's now the beginning of Advent. This is the time of the year where we spend a month preparing ourselves for one day. People sometimes complain about others that...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 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
Exodus, p. 109 If a man seduces a virgin who is not pledged to be married and sleeps with her, he must pay the bride-price, and she shall be his wife. If her father absolutely refuses to give her to him, he must still pay the bride-price for virgins. (Books of the...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
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