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Inerrancy from the Peanut Gallery

I had a commenter leave a few challenges against the doctrine of inerrancy under a recent post of mine. He asked in such a way that he comes across pious and reverent of God’s Word, but I believe he is insincere. 2,017 more words

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Can a Person be a God-Pleaser and a People-Pleaser? Lessons from the Prophet Amos

I must make a confession. I am naturally a people pleaser. I do not like controversy. I do not like when people are in conflict. I am by nature a peaceful person. 791 more words


God's Commands: Exodus 1-6

The beginning is over, now the Exodus begins.  The Hebrews are slaves.  For the slaves, the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob is a sleeping god.   1,267 more words

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Very Important Biblical Word for the Day: Confidence

Understanding the meaning of the Greek word translated “confidence” in some very important verses and passages in the New Testament can greatly change the way we view and approach our Triune God.  119 more words

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Rhetorical Q&A in Romans 6-7

In Kostenberger, Kellum, and Quarles’ NT Introduction The Cradle, the Cross, and the Crown, we find a list of Paul’s Rhetorical Questions and Answers in Romans 6-7. 315 more words

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Recommended Reading: April 11-17

If you read one article this week, consider The End of the University by Roger Scruton.

For those of you with additional reading time this fine Spring morning, consider the following suggestions from around the blogosphere. 176 more words


God's Plan for Redemption: This is Canaan

God is not only concerned with redeeming the spiritual; he’s concerned with redeeming all of his creation, including physical dimensions. God continually makes earth a dwelling place not only for his people, but for himself to share with his people as well…

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