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Jesus the Feminist

As I have been reading through the Gospels this summer, I have not found anywhere that Jesus acted in a way that is contrary to feminism (simply the advocacy of women’s rights on the grounds of gender equality).  935 more words

The Gospels Side-By-Side (book review)

I love reading. But hands-down, without a doubt, my favorite book to read is the Bible. So I’m always intrigued by any resource that can help me get more out of my time in the Scriptures. 169 more words

August 29, 2016

I was reading an article by Timothy Tennent, President of Asbury Theological Seminary and he talked about how we like things to end well.  Three of the Gospels end as a neat package, Jesus is Lord and we have our marching orders.  218 more words

Random Thoughts

The Perfect Leader...

What qualities would describe the perfect leader?

Of course, the only perfect leader was Jesus. The accounts of His life, as described in the gospels, leave us with an incredible biography of leadership. 140 more words


Judas and the Kiss of Death

Here’s another “contradiction” that falls into the “and, not or” category.  Check the verses here.  Another thing that makes this one interesting is it squarely lines up as a Synoptic Gospels vs. 389 more words

Bible Contradictions

Why go through the gospels?

     Why go through the Gospels? There’s a simple answer to that: Because we are disciples of Jesus too, and he can now teach us through the writings of Matthew, Mark, Luke and John… 4,247 more words



A lesson on Understanding, beginning with a reflection on Mark 8:14-21, and soon to be one of a three-part series–

Quiet panic prevailed in the boat that evening.   1,943 more words

Biblical Reflection