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The Inconvenient Law of the Medes and Persians

During Israel’s time in exile, a law among the Medes and Persians comes up a couple of times that is really inconvenient and honestly quite annoying. 2,179 more words


Sin and Forgiveness: The Home Version!

Married couples have a unique opportunity to experience the love and forgiveness of God when their partner sins against them. And no- I’m not talking about when one of them cheats on the other. 736 more words


Do you find science ambiguous? Try reviews.

The problem with original research studies is that you can easily find two studies on the same topic that contradict each other.  Here’s an example I found after 5 minutes of googling: Sitting is associated with… 1,083 more words

Philosophy Of Science

What Satan’s Future Looks Like

Who’s in charge of this world? Ok, well since this is a Bible blog it stands to reason that the answer is that God is the ruler of earth and everything else for that matter. 1,668 more words


Five Star Layman

I know a few people whom admitted their dislike for people with sophisticated vocabularies. They believe listening to someone who utilizes fancy words is a complete waste of time; and if somebody’s purpose is to deliver a message, then they should speak in terms their audience can understand. 308 more words


The Christ Factor

In his defense of the non-adherence to the Law, Paul cites,

Indeed, when Gentiles, who do not have the law, do by nature things required by the law, they are a law for themselves, even though they do not have the law, since they show that the requirements of the law are written on their hearts, their consciences also bearing witness, and their thoughts now accusing, now even defending them (Romans 2:14-15).

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Is it Wrong to Want an Easy Life?

I’ve been accused several times of always seeking out the easy way in any given situation. This is probably true. Before Christ, this meant that I’d lie, cheat, or try to fox my way around in order to avoid any sort of difficulty. 1,460 more words