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Mark 7:14-23 Jesus explains true defilement to the people This is really a continuation from the previous section on the question (from the Pharisees) of eating with defiled hands (Mk. 7:1-13). Now Jesus turns to the people and teaches them on the true meaning of...read more
Mark 7:1-13 The Pharisees & Scribes Return It’s been a while since we’ve heard from these guys! They note that some of Jesus’ disciples are not “holding to the tradition of the elders” (v. 3) with regard to ritual cleansing. I love...read more
Mark 6:53-56 A Healing Campaign at Gennesaret The failure of the disciples to have faith for God’s provision and their hard heart-ed failure to discern the divinity of Jesus, lands them in Gennesaret, on the northwest shore of the sea of Galilee (v. 53)....read more
One of my favorite things by Karl Barth was his lecture that he gave in Tambach. It’s called “The Christian in Society,” but it is also known simply as the Tambach lecture. This was one of Barth’s most well-known lectures that he gave, and it...read more
Imagine, if you can, an ancient walled city. It is beautiful and expansive, surrounded on every side by lofty walls with gates to the north, south, east, and west. Imagine watchmen atop the walls, and sentries at the main gates with their entourage of guards to let...read more
I drive my son to school every morning and we have some great conversations on the way (in addition to listening to his favorite music, which is 80s music. YES!). This morning he wanted to talk about the idea of an end-times rapture. He said… Dad, yesterday I...read more
perchance, you have a desire to become better skilled in the art of manipulating people into accepting your own personal heresies, here’s a few insider tips: Ahem… *cough*cough* First and foremost, it’s vitally important to begin well; this is best...read more
Psalm 133 opens by saying, “How very good and pleasant it is when kindred live together in unity!” Yes, how good it is when people gather together. This is one of my favorite aspects of the church in that we can all come from wherever we are (physically...read more
So you are a pastor. If you are reading this article you have probably encountered members in your congregation who really struggle with alcohol. You are exhausted. Perhaps these people have become close friends and perhaps they have not. But one thing is for sure;...read more
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