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Between Pain & Grace: A Biblical Theology of Suffering: A Brief Review

In Pain & Grace: A Biblical Theology of Suffering, Gerald W. Peterman and Andrew J. Schmutzer offer a thorough and astute assessment of Scripture’s treatment of pain and grace.  269 more words


Lesson and Legacy: Tell the Coming Generation (Sermon from Psalm 78:1-8)

The following is the manuscript of a sermon I preached at Fellowship Church in Louisville, Kentucky (audio here).

Psalm 78:1-8 (ESV)

1 Give ear, O my people, to my teaching; 4,867 more words


cracks in the dam(?)

Dedicated readers of this blog will know at least two things: 1) I am poor at posting consistently, and 2) a number of posts have dealt with the problems of plagiarism. 938 more words


Generational Curses Part 4: An Exegetical Response to Category 1 Texts

Welcome back, ye brave souls!

In the last post, I scared many people by laying out a large swath of biblical texts used to (supposedly) support the idea of generational curses.  2,580 more words


Covenantal Typology: A Proposal

Often times, when we discuss types in Scripture, we may assume that an Old Testament type passes away when the New Testament antitype brings it to fulfillment. 1,222 more words

Priesthood Of Christ

“Fear acts very differently from love in that it will exaggerate differences.”

“[L]ove forbids putting on any fellow Christian any burden of too much belief or too much action.”

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The Higher Culture

The lesser culture is always drawn to the higher culture (or the perceived higher culture).

Christianity always creates the higher culture, and as long as Christians hold strong to their beliefs, that higher culture will remain strong. 203 more words