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Eusebius’ Ecclesiastical History: the highlights, II

Continuing my survey of Eusebius’ landmark work, Ecclesiastical History. Perhaps, a dull topic to some, but for those who are trying to get back to the roots of the faith, it is very useful. So how, when, and why did … Continue reading

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Is It Too Weird to Holy Kiss?

When God began to give me a family, I knew that I wanted it to be an affectionate family. That was easy in the beginning since I wanted to locks me some lips on my wifeses. Then a son came along … Continue reading

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Bearing the Homosexual’s Burden

Why is homosexuality different than so many other sins? Let me be clear. I know avowed gay people. There are some in my family. If you claim that identity, then I love and would like to get to know you. … Continue reading

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There once was a sinless man . . . then we killed him.

Who was the first person called righteous in the Bible? Abel. What happened to him? His brother killed him. Why? Because Abel’s righteousness was respected by God, and Cain’s was not.   Who persecuted Isaac? Ishmael, his brother (born after … Continue reading

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