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The Significance of the Resurrection

It has been a while since my last post. This past semester I took a class on 1 Corinthians in Greek. When we began to study chapter fifteen we were encouraged to reflect upon the implications of the resurrection in order to draw attention further to its significance. 1,379 more words


Exegetical Process Notebook for Galatians 5:22-26

By Daniel L. Sonnenberg

An Exegetical Process Notebook on Galatians 5:22-26 outlines the steps involved for preparing to write a paper or sermon.  Click the… 9 more words


Why I am not a blogger

Anybody who follows this blog is aware that it doesn’t seem to go anywhere. Well, I decided to pull myself away from my work long enough to write down some of the things that are preventing me from being a consistent blogger. 406 more words


Photo Friday

I’m almost 12 weeks pregnant now.  That makes my due date around November 15.  We still don’t know where we are going to live in the states, but we booked flights anyway.   73 more words

Photo Friday

QOTD: Neal Windham

On the one hand, it is easy to appreciate the New Testament in its various English renderings. We have grown up with its favored words. Its message seems clear.

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What About 1 Timothy 2:4?

Fr. James Guirguis over at Out of Egypt has recently posted a discussion of 1 Timothy 2:4, which was part of his homily from this past Sunday. 1,209 more words

Religion And Spirituality

I Love It When This Happens

1 Corinthians 1:26–31 (ESV)

26 For consider your calling, brothers:

not many of you were wise according to worldly standards, not many were powerful, not many were of noble birth. 97 more words