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Eusebius’ Ecclesiastical History: the highlights, IX

Continuing our journey through the classic historical text from 324 AD. Hegesippus We are still between 117 and 166 AD, when we come to the close of the above author’s tour of duty. I would like to see this man’s … Continue reading

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Do We Really Live in a Fallen World?

Hebrews 2:6-18: Things that stand out: man was made lower than the angels (Greek)/God (Hebrew). Crowned with glory. All things are put in subjection to him. Yeshua was made like man, lower than God, crowned with glory. Was Yeshua really … Continue reading

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Uncleanness, Seperation, Female Priests, And All Sorts of Thoughts on “Is God a Moral Monster?”

First off, I’m loving Paul Copan’s Is God a Moral Monster? Understanding the Old Testament God. Second off, I disagree with one of his major premises. In short, if you’ve read my book Backwards, I believe the Torah (the ‘law … Continue reading

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Review: Frank Capra, The Name Above The Title

Frank Capra’s life as of 1971 was much like the flavor of his more famous characters, Mr. Smith, Mr. Deeds, and George Bailey. He started out as a peasant in Sicilli that couldn’t read, then he and his family followed their brother … Continue reading

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Dangerous Gospel

1 John 2:5 says that the one who keeps the Word of God, in him is the love of God perfected. 4:12 says that if we love one another, the love of God is perfected. I could make the point … Continue reading

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I got this thick book from the library a couple of weeks ago . . . long enough to need to review it . . . and probably renew it again. I do not read as fast as a writer … Continue reading

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How shall a child believe except he hear?

In the wake of the shootings, one of my friends and I were discussing whether God should be “put” back in school. My knee-jerk reaction is yes, but as I think about it, this is kind of complicated. From a … Continue reading

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The Beauty of Being Let Down

I didn’t want my blog to be too much about faith, and nothing about politics. It’s not that I wanted to hide God from my readers, but Christian Fiction has a stigma that I’ve wanted to avoid. Plus to Christians, … Continue reading

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