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Practical Proverbial, from Mark, 18 May 2015

There some people brought to him a man who was deaf and could hardly talk, and they begged Jesus to place his hand on him. After he took him aside, away from the crowd, Jesus put his fingers into the man’s ears. 568 more words

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At work during our study I found a Russian speaker and a Spanish speaker. I asked to say something in their native tongue, then translate it back to English. 568 more words

Hebrew

Church incognito; where culture and religion entwine, my experience at an Assyrian Catholic Church

Last Sunday I attended an Assyrian Catholic Church. My father informed me about this denomination, that the services are held in Aramaic, the language Jesus spoke in his day and age. 615 more words

My Journey

Questions About my Religious Development

An old friend from high school and college just asked me some rather deep question about my religious experience and beliefs. I thought that they were interesting enough to share, both the questions and my answers. 1,164 more words

Personal

Little-Known Blogger reblogged this on Home of the Little-Known Blogger and commented:

One of the posts which established the current direction of my blog. Still pretty good.

Episode 6: Ancient Versions (Exod 1:5)

What the “versions” — the ancient translations — tell us about the Bible.

https://biblesmanyvoices.files.wordpress.com/2015/04/episode-6-ancient-versions-exod-1-5.mp3

Click here for the Torah Talk podcast with a link to the Dead Sea Scrolls text of Exod 1:5. 15 more words

Podcast

To every honest seeker of historical truth

The body is Greek, but the soul is Semitic.

Only the Gospel accounts are the key that can decode and interpret the Shroud.

Francesco Agnoli offers us a fascinating perspective, … 202 more words

History