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Lord's Day pt2: Have you ditched the SPAM in your life yet?

Not to Open a Big Spicy Can here, but…

What’s your Story?

To follow the previous post, and for those who may have presupposed my intentions or motivations on praising the Birth of SPAM… here’s your chance to sound off. 91 more words


Lord's Day: What Looks Real, but Really Isn't? SPAM

No, I was actually talking about SPAM

Happy Birthday to SPAM today. The Canned Meat ‘alternative’ that passed for REAL Meat for years of my young single life as I struck out on my own for the first time after the Army. 175 more words

7 reasons why I love Sundays

Having had to work often on Sundays for nine years now, i didn’t get to spend much time at home to relax, binge in chips and play a marathon with movies that’s been past their “Now Showing” status at the cinemas, gather with long time buddies just to have some coffee and catch ups, or simply be with family to eat out or cook together for an oozing meal to serve at the table. 660 more words

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Lord's Day: Faith is 'Seeing' and 'Knowing'?

True Christianity in Two Verses

Jesus said unto him, “If thou canst believe, all things are possible to him that believeth.” -Jesus, The Gospel of Mark chapter 9 verse 23…

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Evaluating the Strength of Arguments in the Sabbath/Lord’s Day Controversy, Part 2a: What are the Questions?

Was the Sabbath replaced with the Lord’s Day? Was the Sabbath transferred to the Lord’s Day? Is the Lord’s Day the Sabbath or is the Sabbath the Lord’s Day? 4,334 more words

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PMT 2015-076 by Kenneth L. Gentry, Jr.

This is my final installment of a brief study on Rev 1:10. In this series I have been arguing that John’s “Lord’s day” is a reference to the eschatological “Day of the Lord” which crashes down on Jerusalem in AD 70. 1,016 more words



PMT 2014-074 by Kenneth L. Gentry, Jr.

I am continuing a presentation and defense of the view that John’s “Lord’s day” in Rev 1:10 is referring to “the Day of the Lord.” If this is so, it fits perfectly with the redemptive-historical preterist understanding of Revelation as a drama presenting Christ’s judgment-coming against Jerusalem and the temple in AD 70. 754 more words