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Posts Tagged "Bible"

Why we need to Study Theology

Why we need to Study Theology

purchase Ivermectin By on Mar 29, 2014 in Blog |

buy isotretinoin online with mastercard As I watched my Grandson, Daniel, dressed as a donkey in his nativity play, with all his classmates as kings, shepherds and angels visiting Mary and Joseph in the stable, I began to wonder what the Bible actually says about the birth of Jesus.  I went back to the Gospel accounts and was quite surprised how little was recorded of this very familiar story.  Only...

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The Longest Word

The Longest Word

By on Mar 3, 2014 in Blog |

The first waking thoughts of the day can often be confused, random and sometimes just weird. Today’s fits neatly into ‘random’, as this morning I awoke with a simple question: What is the Bible’s longest word? Usually these fleeting thoughts are quickly forgotten as my brain starts to connect with more pressing matters of daily reality. But today that thought has...

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An Unexpected Journey to a True Fast

An Unexpected Journey to a True Fast

By on Feb 22, 2014 in Blog |

One thing I love about the Lord of the Rings trilogy, and The Hobbit, are the quotes that cause me to stop and think about the truths they contain.  They are statements of hope and faith, against the odds, and with evil and darkness pressing in on all sides. With the launch this Christmas of the second film in The Hobbit trilogy, it was time to watch again the first...

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Bookcases, Lattes and the Restoration of my Soul

Bookcases, Lattes and the Restoration of my Soul

By on Sep 5, 2013 in Blog |

I often hear the Bible characterized as an instruction manual. But instruction manuals are mono-layered, have a single purpose and method. If I want real, life-giving, applicable, intimate advice, I don’t go to my IKEA flat-pack furniture manual, I go to a close friend. A well-chosen friend can offer me what the manual can’t. They still offer instruction, sure, but...

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