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- Matthew 4:18-22: Why Did They Follow Him?
- Book Write-Up: Phyllis Schlafly and Grassroots Conservatism, Kissinger on the Couch
- Why Did Jesus Tell Mary, "Mine Hour Is Not Yet Come" (John 2:4)?
- Book Write-Up: Reading Buechner, by Jeffrey Munroe
- Very Strange Bedfellows 7
- Book Write-Up: Martin Dies' Story, by Martin Dies
- Ramblings on Neuhaus' Political Conversion
- The Rush-Sandra Fluke Debate
- Does the Bible Have a Place in the Academic Discussion of Theology?
- Bart Ehrman on Luke 3:22 and Anti-Adoptionism
- Book Write-Up: Patents and Invention (Phyllis Schlafly)
- Church Write-Up: Romans 5:1-5
- Manufacturing Division: Is Black Lives Matter truly Marxist or a front for the ruling elite? — Adara Press
- Book Write-Up: How the Republican Party Became Pro-Life (Phyllis Schlafly)
- Church Write-Up: Romans 4
- How I Changed My Mind about Trump
- Book Write-Up: The Gravediggers, by Phyllis Schlafly
- Church Write-Up: Romans 2-3
- Book Write-Up: Pornography’s Victims (Phyllis Schlafly)
- Church Write-Up: Romans 1-2 and Hope
Daily Archives: June 13, 2008
The AP has a news story: NBC’s Tim Russert dies of apparent heart attack (AP) I am really sad if this is true. I watch Meet the Press every Sunday. Tim Russert is a part of my weekly routine.
Matthew 28:12-15 talks about a rumor that was circulating among Matthew’s Jewish contemporaries: that Jesus’ resurrection was a farce, since the disciples stole his body from the tomb while the Roman soldiers were asleep. The New Testament classes I’ve taken … Continue reading
At his trials before the priests and Pilate, Jesus did not say a word in his own defense (Matthew 27:12-13). He refused to answer his accusers. Was this good or bad? Shouldn’t Jesus have stood up for righteousness on that … Continue reading
I’m reading John Marks’ Reasons to Believe: One Man’s Journey Among the Evangelicals and the Faith He Left Behind, and it presents an interesting study about religious attitudes: “The most wide-ranging study on American faith came out in autumn 2006. … Continue reading