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New Life, New Master, New Covenant

Decade after decade, James Shelor taught his adult Sunday School class Paul’s letter to the Romans. He never tired of it. Every week, after the preacher’s sermon, Jim would shake his hand at the back door, and tell him how the point of the sermon connected to Romans. 3,287 more words


Exposition, Part One

Hello again and welcome! In week two of my development blog, I would like to start off with sharing some basic elements of the story. Hopefully, this information will give more insight into what the general feeling of the game will aim for. 792 more words


An Orbital Perspective of the Church

If you’re into physics at all, or if you have learned a bit about our solar system, you may have run into two terms: centrifugal… 1,193 more words

Old Testament

Prologue, from Henry V, by William Shakespeare

PROLOGUE – Henry V by William Shakespeare (Act I, Scene I)

O for a Muse of fire, that would ascend

The brightest heaven of invention, 380 more words



Purpose: Paul’s intent in writing to the Corinthian church was to expose evil that persistently threatened to destroy true Christianity. The Gospel was applied to a host of issues, including immorality, marriage and adultery, intellectualism, public worship, and spiritual gifts. 1,380 more words


Jesus, the Great Prophet, Priest, and King—Mark 1:35-45

John Paton’s autobiography, published by The Banner of Truth, is my brother’s favorite. It tells the story of a dear brother in the Lord, who spent his life to make Jesus known among cannibals. 3,550 more words