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Our Sin and Our Savior (John 8:2-11)

This was originally posted at The Biblical Recorder.

All Christians have a deep problem of the soul. We are wired by nature towards self-righteousness. We tend to view our own sin in a therapeutic way. 534 more words

Religion

First Glance: Mark 15:33-34

At noon, darkness came over the whole land until three in the afternoon. At three in the afternoon, Jesus cried out in a loud voice, “Eloi, eloi, lama sabachthani,” (which means, “My God, my God, why have you forsaken me?”) (Mark 15:33-34)

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Biblical Theology and the Transfer of the Sabbath, Part 1

by Jon English Lee

It is often objected that there is no direct evidence of Sunday observance in the New Testament, and therefore there must not have been any command to continue any sort of weekly Sabbath observance in continuity with the Old Testament Sabbath.[1] However, this series will demonstrate that there is evidence for the change in day of worship both foreshadowed in the Old Testament and expressly demonstrated in the Lord’s Day (Sunday) worship by the New Testament church. 35 more words

Theology

Addressing the Dressing V (Part 1): The "Other" Modesty Text

So let’s recap.

In the first post, we introduced the topic and gave a broad look at the categories of women in churches that have concerns about modesty (or a total lack thereof).  1,786 more words

Theology

Foundational Principles and Basic Frameworks for Redemptive History and Biblical Theology (LDBC Recap 2/7)

Explanation

On Sunday, January 24th, 2016, I began a Core Seminar on Redemptive History & Biblical Theology at my church, Lake Drive Baptist Church. During the course of this series I’ll be sending out emails recapping lessons and directing recipients to resources for further study. 1,203 more words

Biblical Theology

Paul on Jesus: Part One

After joining some friends in 2015 to “ride a fast horse” through the NT books in chronological order, I’ve ended the year’s race with four small notebooks full of observations and many a likely topic to Journal about. 1,098 more words

Bible Study

John 4

Some random questions and reflections on reading John 4, in no particular order and without having taken time to integrate them:

  • Why does Jesus leave the area after the Pharisees hear?
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