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Simply Romans 1.18-2.29 ‘In passing judgment on another you condemn yourself because you the judge practice the very same things.’

From Romans 1.18-2.29

In Romans 1-4 Paul is speaking to an imaginary Jew and the style of communication Paul employs is called diatribe. Biblical scholars Stowers and Campbell have shown from the text Paul is not speaking to the Roman Christian audience. 2,744 more words


Of Grapes and Fruit

Above:  A Watchtower in a Vineyard, 1898

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The Collect:

Eternal God, your kingdom has broken into our troubled world… 428 more words

Law Of Moses

Devotion for Saturday Before the Third Sunday in Lent, Year C (ELCA Daily Lectionary)

Above:  A Watchtower in a Vineyard, 1898

Image Source = Library of Congress

Reproduction Number = LC-DIG-matpc-06021

Of Grapes and Fruit

FEBRUARY 27, 2016

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Out with the Old. In with the New.

given on Sunday, November 15, 2015

Scripture: Hebrew 10:10-25 (NLT & MSG)


Out with the old and in with the new. The phrase echoes in our minds as we clean out a drawer, sort through papers, or weed out the clothes in the closet. 2,113 more words


Paul's First Letter to Timothy

Timothy was leading the local Christian church in Ephesus (Turkey).  Paul opened his short letter (331) by telling Timothy to contend against false teaching by some church members. 253 more words


Neal Pollard

Matthew 19:1-12 records an incident where, because the Pharisees are trying to test Jesus (vs. 3), He has occasion to reveal His will about marriage.  536 more words


Book Review - R Rodriguez, If You Call Yourself a Jew: Reappraising Paul’s Letter to the Romans

  • Link: Amazon
  • Length: 404
  • Difficulty: Heavy-Academic
  • Topic: Biblical, Romans
  • Audience: Academics

I accidentally read a while commentary on Romans. I got it in the first case because it joined two elements I’m interested in. 2,238 more words