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- "Of Booker T. Washington and Others"
- The Seating Arrangement at the Last Supper
- Matthew 4:18-22: Why Did They Follow Him?
- Turning Stones into Bread: Why Was It Wrong?
- Genesis 4:13: Did Cain Repent?
- Book Write-Up: Contagious Disciple Making
- "A Harder Task Than Making Bricks Without Straw"
- Book Review: Understanding the "Imago Dei"
- Rich Brother Rich Sister
- Book Write-Up: Richard John Neuhaus, by Randy Boyagoda
- Ramblings on Salvation and Scriptural Interpretation
- Interesting Similarities
- World Religions: The Sage and the Savior
- Free Resources for Bible Geeks
- Book Write-Up: Joy in the Night, by Don West
- Scattered Ramblings on the Second Coming of Christ
- Derek Leman on the Fig Tree and the Faith That Moves Mountains
- Book Review – Spurgeon’s Sorrows: Realistic Hope for Those Who Suffer from Depression (Zack Eswine)
- II Chronicles 22
- Book Write-Up: God’s Battle Plan for the Mind (Puritan Meditation)
Daily Archives: January 28, 2010
Two people have passed away: Zelda Rubinstein and J.D. Salinger. 1. Zelda Rubinstein played on the movie Poltergeist, though I knew her more as the mischievous secretary on Picket Fences. My family didn’t watch Poltergeist, probably because we felt that … Continue reading
I joined a Facebook group supporting Tim Tebow’s pro-life commercial, which may or may not appear during the Superbowl. (Go Colts!) I joined it because, on the commercial, Tebow talks about how he’s glad that his mom didn’t abort him … Continue reading
The AP has a story, Howard Zinn, liberal author of ‘A People’s History,’ dies. I don’t know much about him. I heard of him on Good Will Hunting because Matt Daimon told Robin Williams’ that Zinn’s People’s History will “knock your … Continue reading
1. In Ancient Israelite Religion, I read Jeffrey Tigay’s “Israelite Religion: The Onomastic and Epigraphic Evidence.” Tigay’s conclusion after his survey is as follows (page 178): Since personal names, salutations, votives, prayers, and oaths express thanks for the gods’ beneficence, … Continue reading