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11 Things the Bible Bans, but I Do Anyway

I invite you to read the article from the link below. After you have read that article, read my response.

Leviticus 19:27
     It would behoove journalists, even those smart enough to check multiple versions for fact checking, to do a little contextual reading as well. 1,669 more words

Bible Journal: Leviticus 21

Virtually all the requirements for the priests’ holiness listed in the chapter only have to do with external, superficial appearance, not internal purity. Obviously, God cares about the heart, but we so often let ourselves believe that what’s outside doesn’t matter. 81 more words

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Proverbs 6: Seven Things God Hates

God is certainly a loving God, but He hates sin, and Proverbs 6 is one of the more famous passages on sin in the entire Bible. 331 more words


Seeing Jesus as a revolutionary heretic

Although it has nothing whatsoever to do with the Environment, I would like to mark the Jewish festival of the Passover – and the Christian celebration of Easter – by inviting all readers to pause for a moment of reflection: To take a moment to consider the story of the Last Supper (i.e. 961 more words


Sexual Misconception Follow Up

NOTE – This post is a follow up to Pastor Timberley’s sermon “Sexual Misconception” which was presented Sunday, April 13, 2014 at The River A Christian Church in Las Vegas… 533 more words

Bible Journal: Leviticus 20

When someone sacrificed their child to Molech, they clearly wouldn’t do it in the tabernacle, since they wouldn’t be allowed; but God says that it defiles his sanctuary. 95 more words

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Bible Journal: Leviticus 19

Each of the main sections of laws here are ended by phrases like v. 37: “…observe all my statutes and all my rules, and do them: I am the Lord.” As little children, we tend to have one response to God’s commands: “Why?” Here, he gives us the answer: “I am the Lord.” All valid reasons to obey are summarized on that. 82 more words

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