Monthly Archives: January 2013

House of Prayer or Den of Robbers

12 And Jesus entered the temple and drove out all who sold and bought in the temple, and he overturned the tables of the money- changers and the seats of those who sold pigeons. 13 He said to them, It … Continue reading

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Observing the Interweb: Darwin the Racist, Martin Luther King, Abortion and Slavery, the Crux of the Abortion Debate and more…

Heading into the birthday celebration of MLK Jr. and “Sanctity of Life Sunday” I thought theses posts seemed timely: Darwin the Racist – this is a fascinating look at some all too conveniently glossed over areas of the life and … Continue reading

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Observing the Interweb: Old Testament Heaven?, Good News for Gay People?, and the Impact of Louie Giglio not Praying

The Afterlife of Old Testament Saints – Michael Patton over at Credo house ministries offers a post regarding the views of heaven held by Old Testament saints (David, Abraham, etc.) Whether or not you agree with his final take on … Continue reading

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God is Truth

Three texts that display the nature of truth in the persons of the Trinity: God the Father Romans 3:3–4: “What then? If some did not believe, their unbelief will not nullify the faithfulness of God, will it? May it never … Continue reading

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The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey: A Review

My apologies to all who have been waiting with bated breath for this review. The short answer is that I wrote it once already and lost it. Thank you technology. The long answer is that I’ve enjoyed the feedback I’ve … Continue reading

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Year in (Pre)view

Normally, I get these “looking ahead” posts out at the end of the year, but the end of 2012 was not a little crazy. In fact, most of 2012 was crazy. God was moving in all kinds of ways and … Continue reading

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