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- "You Prayed and Believed Your WHOLE Life..."
- Matthew 4:18-22: Why Did They Follow Him?
- The Seating Arrangement at the Last Supper
- More on Christ in the Rig Veda (With a Question Mark)
- George Foot Moore, "Christian Writers on Judaism"
- Charlene's Story
- The Accused
- John 20:17: Mary Magdalene and Jesus' Ascension
- Jesus and Elisha Disregard the Firstfruits Law? Esther Violates the Passover?
- Completing Garbini's History and Ideology in Ancient Israel
- “You Prayed and Believed Your WHOLE Life…”
- Gaza Power Plant Attacked By Israeli Tank Fire, Knocking Out Electricity To Gaza City
- Envious of the Saved by the Bell Characters?
- Pagnini and the welfare state
- Book Write-Up: How to Pick Up a Stripper, and Other Acts of Kindness
- Reaching Across the Aisle
- Does God Have a Plan for People’s Lives?
- I Chronicles 20
- Book Write-Up: The Cambridge Companion to Karl Barth
- Interesting Criticism of Kant
Category Archives: Free Style Entry
Yesterday, I saw Knowing, which starred Nicholas Cage. Knowing is a science fiction movie. At its beginning, we’re in the 1950’s, and we meet an odd little girl named Lucinda, whose special idea is selected by her school. Her idea … Continue reading
Last night, I watched Lost, Criminal Mind, and the new ABC series, The Unusuals. 1. Last night’s lost was about the judgment of Ben Linus, who had some humanity within him when he refused to kill Alex Rousseau. Over the … Continue reading
I celebrated the Lord’s supper yesterday, the night before Passover. Within Armstrongite circles, there is a tradition that we read John 14-17 during the Lord’s supper. I’m not an Armstrongite anymore, but I like to read these chapters every year, … Continue reading
For my daily quiet time yesterday, I read Matthew 17:24-27. The passage addresses the issue of whether or not Jesus’ disciples must pay the temple tax. Jesus says “no,” since the sons of the king do not pay taxes; rather, … Continue reading
I watched House, M.D. with my dad last night. This was the first time that I had ever watched the show. I’m not sure if I’ll watch it regularly when I return to Cincinnati, but I liked that particular episode. … Continue reading
Today is Earth Day, so I’ll be sharing my thoughts about environmentalism, however scattered they may be. If my memory is correct, I first heard of Earth Day when I was in seventh grade. My mom and grandma owned a … Continue reading
I’m a little drowsy right now, since I’ve just eaten lunch, so please pardon any incoherence in this post. I finished Part I of More Than One Way? Four Views on Salvation in a Pluralistic World. Part I is John … Continue reading
A few nights ago, for my daily quiet time, I was reading Matthew 16:24-28. Jesus tells his disciples that following him means carrying a cross, possibly even giving up one’s life. But, in the end, it will all be worth … Continue reading
I’m at my dad’s in Indiana for a week, so I’ll be writing free style entries. I introduced my readers to this on Thanksgiving. Basically, my dad doesn’t have high speed, and my BibleWorks is at my place. So these … Continue reading
I read an interesting editorial in today’s Indianapolis Star that criticized the War on Drugs. The author observed that many politicians and Presidential candidates have admitted to using drugs when they were younger. The list covers the political spectrum, as … Continue reading