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Who is Melchizedek?

In Genesis 14, we find Lot being rescued by Abraham after several kings plunder Sodom and Gomorrah. Abraham secures Lot’s freedom and returns with the plunder of battle. 506 more words


Talking proper-like about Jesus Christ

Below are some “grammatical rules” for talking about Jesus Christ, from Ben Myers Faith and Theology blog (too good not to re-post).  He writes, “I’m sure I’ve missed some important points, but here are the twelve rules I came up with. 508 more words


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The Jewish Matrix

Old Testament is essential to understand Jesus. Old Testament is the major source for early Christians to interpret Jesus.  Provides 90% of quotations and allusions.   658 more words


Question: Why Did Salvation Take So Long?

It has been a while since I’ve written a theological post, but I have been doing LOTS of thinking recently around the subjects of atonement and salvation and what these two concepts reveal about the nature of God. 1,122 more words

Grace and Peace: How God Shows His Love in the Death of Christ

Whether it is dieting, exercising, studying, or practicing, we all want to see good results. If you study for three hours every night for a test, you want to see an A+ on your paper. 747 more words


It Is Finished (John 19:16b-30)

On Sunday, August 28, 2016, Pastor Joe Troutman preached “It Is Finished” from John 19:16b-30.

Our Great High King Jesus Christ gave up his life on our behalf so we wouldn’t suffer the excruciating wrath for our sins. 141 more words


New Creation in Christ: The Resurrection of Christ and Its Implications for Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of God

The resurrection of Jesus Christ is as primal, and more so, than original creation itself. It is such because original creation (i.e. Genesis 1–2) was always intended for greater things, … 1,411 more words

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