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Daily Archives: May 24, 2013
Servant or Slave?
For its Bible study, my church is going through John’s Gospel: Wisdom from Ephesus, with Michael Card. Last night, the group was talking about whether Jesus was a servant or a slave. Michael Card, if I recall correctly, was saying … Continue reading
Posted in Bible, Church, Religion Tagged calling jesus, doulos, human-rights, Religion, theology, thought patterns Comments Off on Servant or Slave?
Joshua 4:9: The Underwater Memorial
In Joshua 4, the Israelites cross the Jordan River while it is parted, as the Levites stand in the midst of the Jordan upholding the Ark of the Covenant. The Israelites carry twelve stones to the shore to build a … Continue reading
Posted in Bible, Daily Quiet Time, Joshua, Religion Tagged ark of the covenant, gilgal, Jimmy Swaggart, jordan river, study bible, twelve stones 3 Comments
I just learned that columnist Charley Reese has passed on. You can read about him here, here, and here. Here is an archive of some of his columns. I’ve had seasons in my life when I read him, and I’ve … Continue reading
Posted in Deaths, Political Philosophy, Politics Tagged columnist charley reese, controversial position, Current Events, John Kerry, Politics, sean hannity 1 Comment