As a child, my parents taught me to abhor violence. From “don’t hit your brother” to “violence never solves anything”, I was indoctrinated with pacifist and liberal ideas from the time I was old enough to walk. 1,759 more words
James Galvin’s I’ve Got Your Back, A Leadership Parable: Biblical Principles for Leading and Following Well (2012) revolutionized the way I think about leadership. I have never read a book on leadership before and may never do so again. 1,643 more words
It is here we learn that Abraham and Sarah are siblings, but only half siblings if it’s any consolation.
This is also the part where Sarah, who had so desperately wanted a son that she urged her husband to be with their servant, insists that they cast Ishmael out into the desert. 397 more words
Title: The thesis title will be “Composed with Intent: A Literary and Thematic Argument for the Theological Purpose of Lamentations.”
Thesis: Claimed: When the compared to contemporary, Ancient Near Eastern laments the biblical book of Lamentations is seen to be highly purposeful; when Lamentations is studies within this context, this purpose is found to be profoundly theological. 183 more words