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Daily Archives: February 8, 2018
Originally posted on theoutwardquest:
I am just going to think out loud for a while. Yesterday I mentioned that Amos 5:25 implies that some version of Deuteronomy was known to Amos. That verse is a rhetorical question: “Did you bring…
Originally posted on Bob on Books:
The Christian world lost a wonderful scholar and apologist Tuesday night. And I lost a friend. James W. Sire passed into the more immediate presence of the Lord he so deeply loved on Tuesday…
Angela Hunt. Judah’s Wife. Bethany House, 2018. See here to buy the book. Judah’s Wife is Book 2 of Angela Hunt’s The Silent Years series, which is about the years between the events of the Old Testament and the events … Continue reading
Cardinal Manning gives examples of mortal sin: “The sin of Judas was a sin unto death. With his eyes open, with a knowledge of his Master,—though perhaps he did not know of the mystery of the Incarnation as we know … Continue reading