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Friday Facts: Lectionary A - The Third Sunday after Epiphany

Friday Facts is a  weekly feature here on Trout and Cast Iron. Every week, I’ll read through the lectionary texts for the following Sunday in their original Hebrew and Greek. 651 more words


64. Holding the Truth

Meditations in Hebrews 13:  64.   Holding the Truth

Heb 13:9   Do not be carried away by all kinds of strange teachings.

Conflict: The first century of the Christian Church was much involved in intellectual conflict. 754 more words

Why I Wrote A Fifth Gospel (and why it failed me)

It is increasingly important to share what you know. There are plenty of books that go into great detail on these subjects that you can find for yourself; however, no one can write from my perspective. 1,905 more words

The Claims of Christ: What Makes Jesus Unique?

You can watch Sunday’s sermon right here.

This week Pastor Dan continued our discussion of the basics of Christianity by addressing the uniqueness of Jesus. 615 more words

Spiritual Growth

When Love Trumped Hate

Jesus and Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. grew up in a world of daunting racial oppression. Jesus, a Jew from Galilee, represented a marginalised section of society within the Roman Empire. 553 more words

The Bible

My Translation for 2017

Those of you who have followed me and my blog posts for some time probably know that I read through the Bible every year in a different translation. 327 more words


The Gospels, Personal Relevance, and A Priori Commitments

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The Gospels, Personal Relevance, and A Priori Commitments

Note:  Please be advised that this essay was inspired by David Marshall’s blog post located here:  … 1,788 more words