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- Matthew 4:18-22: Why Did They Follow Him?
- Genesis 4:13: Did Cain Repent?
- Does "The Conflict of Adam and Eve with Satan" Agree with John Walton?
- "Take Away Our (Bent or Desire?) to Sinning"
- The Seating Arrangement at the Last Supper
- Friendship, in Stephen King's IT
- About Me
- "The Struggle for an Education"
- Beginning Carson's Exegetical Fallacies
- Book Write-Up: Jesus Behaving Badly, by Mark L. Strauss
- Church Write-Up: Mark 9-10 and Becoming Like a Child
- Book Review: Basic Economics (1)
- Book Review: Basic Economics
- Book Write-Up: Trinity without Hierarchy
- Church Write-Up: God’s Persistent Love; Immediately After Death
- A Brief Review of “Safe People” by Cloud and Townsend
- Book Write-Up: The Transparent Cabal, by Stephen J. Sniegoski
- Book Write-Up: The Trinity and Martin Luther, by Christine Helmer
- Book Write-Up: The Supremacists, by Phyllis Schlafly
- Church Write-Up: The Banquet Invitation
Every so often you see someone compile a list of things not to tell those who is suffering or grieving. At or near the top of the list is “I know just how you feel”. 366 more words via “You just … Continue reading
This is a hard question to answer. Different theological traditions give different answers. It raises trickily questions of theological method. Why is it hard to answer? 524 more words via Were OT Jews indwelt by the Spirit? — Triablogue
1. Every time there’s a mass shooting in the USA, the anti-gun lobby tries to make political capital out of that tragedy. In my experience, those opposing private ownership of guns suffer from self-reinforcing ignorance. 1,203 more words via God, guns, … Continue reading
In the wake of the mass shootings over the weekend, some conservatives have said now’s the time to declare a war on violent white supremacy/nationalism. That raises several issues: … 892 more words via Declaring war on white nationalism — Triablogue
I thought about doing a post on this epithet before the mass shootings over the weekend, so the timing is coincidental. The “race-traitor” epithet is used both by (some) whites and blacks. 368 more words via “Race-traitors” — Triablogue
1. A Christian cliché is that we should interpret every notable experience through the lens of Christianity. What’s the significance of that experience from a Christian perspective? 1,519 more words via A lifetime at the movies — Triablogue