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26 Days Of Thought On The Wall

Let me put it out there straight away. The first thought that comes to mind isn’t a savoury thought.

Base temptations are unfortunately my first reaction. 256 more words

Happiness

Pondering a Three-fold Division of God’s Law

From our brief survey, we conclude that any suggestion that … Christ rejects certain Mosaic laws as unauthoritative is quite groundless. What He is doing is simply exhibiting the true meaning of the law as a rule for life in the kingdom of God.

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Ruminations

Why is there evil in the world?

While sitting in my office here in Borger Texas, I was pondering this very question. So of course, being the tech savvy person that I am, I went to ask Google. 286 more words

Borger Texas

BLC 87-90: The Use of the Moral Law

In this section of the Baptist Larger Catechism, we continue our discussion on Ch. 19 in the 1689 London Baptist Confession on the moral law. 440 more words

Confessing Baptist

Horatius Bonar: God’s Way of Peace and Way of Holiness

In my studies of the classic premillennialists, I continue to read the covenantal premillennial authors, including their many works on other doctrinal topics. Lately I have been reading several of Horatius Bonar’s books, available online as well as in audio book format ( 1,109 more words

Quotes

BLC 84-86: The Moral Law

In this section of the Baptist Larger Catechism, we begin Ch. 19 in the 1689 London Baptist Confession on the moral law. This section consists of an expansion of questions 45 and 46 in the  267 more words

Confessing Baptist

Should A Woman Be Put To Death For Not Being A Virgin?

Atheists like to bring up the old covenant laws as fuel for their hatred of the God of the bible. The book of Deuteronomy is a good source for their accusations of an “evil God” without actually taking scripture in context. 616 more words