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Eusebius’ Ecclesiastical History: the highlights, I

Along with being almost halfway through War and Peace (a heartwarming tale about a variety of people all highlighting tomfoolery in different ways…or as most people call it: life!), I am also now the proud completionist of Eusebius’ most notable … Continue reading

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Understanding Peters vision of the middle eastern barbeque

A sister responded with interest to the previous edition, The Problem with the Moral Law. She then went on to wonder about Peter’so vision in Acts 10, because there is a common teaching that Peter was given the ‘ok’ to do as … Continue reading

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Racism: the unwinnable argument

The other day I reconnected with my brother, Jordan. His wedding was coming up, and I missed that I hadn’t seen him in awhile. Adding him on Facebook however, I soon found race related posts surfacing. I groaned because I … Continue reading

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Wyatt Earp for Messiah

I’ve been reading the Allen Barra book “Inventing Wyatt Earp.” I love Tombstone, so I was glad to read this book and find that most of it was fairly historical–although the events are told out of order to make a … Continue reading

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A Sukkot Message

[Thoughts from a Message I gave at Sukkot] Lev 23:33-44 As we’ve been seeing, all the feasts have to do with time of the Exodus. The pattern and meaning deepen for those of us who have also come to Messiah; … Continue reading

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Capitalism is hated for the same reason Communism is hated

The title comes from a recent revelation. The Mrs. and I trying to sell the restaurant. We’re looking at selling it for hopefully ten thousand less than we bought it for. Despite improvements. Because we were the only people in … 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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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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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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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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