Daily Archives: November 15, 2018

How to read Genesis — Triablogue

I recently read/skimmed Reading Genesis Well: Navigating History, Poetry, Science, and the Truth in Genesis 1-11 (Zondervan 2018) by John Collins. 1. It’s a seasoned and erudite exegetical defense of old-earth creationism. 612 more words via How to read Genesis — … Continue reading

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Witch lights — Triablogue

You will not fear the terror of the night, nor the arrow that flies by day, (Ps 91:5) The sun shall not strike you by day, 268 more words via Witch lights — Triablogue

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Fake News

Originally posted on Clarissa's Blog:
Before my sister went to Saudi Arabia, she researched and prepared for weeks. And then she got there and realized that most of what she read and saw in North American media was a…

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Billionaire Logic and the Death of JFK / Conclusion and Commentaries — Vridar

This is the conclusion of Greg Doudna‘s interview with John Curington. All posts in this series: 1. Billionaire Logic and the Death of JFK 2. Billionaire Logic and the Death of JFK / 2 — 3. Billionaire Logic and the … Continue reading

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Billionaire Logic and the Death of JFK / 5 — — Vridar

All posts in this series: 1. Billionaire Logic and the Death of JFK 2. Billionaire Logic and the Death of JFK / 2 — 3. Billionaire Logic and the Death of JFK / 3 — 4. 18 more words via Billionaire … Continue reading

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Gregory the Theologian on the Divine Monarchy

Originally posted on Rightly Dividing the Word of Truth:
29.2. The three most ancient opinions concerning God are Anarchia, Polyarchia, and Monarchia. The first two are the playthings of the children of Hellas, and may they continue to be so.…

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Millgram-Elijah and the Omride Kingdom

Originally posted on theoutwardquest:
I have started reading Hillel Millgram’s The Elijah Enigma: The Prophet, King Ahab and the Rebirth of Monotheism in the Book of Kings. If you ask about the historical Elijah, there is not much to say.…

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A Father Who Gives God Gifts – Matthew 7:9-11

Originally posted on Reading Acts:
Jesus offers an intentionally humorous illustration: when a child asks for something to eat, a parent would not give then something bad (or dangerous). Bread was baked in a small round loaf, more like a…

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Christy Award Winners Giveaway

Originally posted on Bethany House Fiction:
Last week’s Christy Awards and Art of Writing conference were jam-packed with moments that warmed my heart, from seeing readers meet some of their favorite authors for the first time, to hearing testimonies from…

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