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The Paul of Philippians

The New Testament book of Philippians is the third “authentic” Pauline letter our small study group has worked through. Let me preface my comments by remarking on the position taken by Paul Nanos, who describes himself as a New Testament scholar with an alternative approach to understanding the apostle Paul. 542 more words

Pauline Letters

Shakespeare, Jesus, and Lawyers (Pt. One)

Please read Matthew 15:1-20 in your Bible.  Then examine the following to see if your spirit agrees.  I have prepared these remarks using the NIV. 1,500 more words


Luke 15, Day 1 - Introducing the Triad Study, and a Camping Story

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Today’s PassageLuke 15

In a move that surprises even me, we’re putting our All the Paul study on hold as I begin… 992 more words


Monday: Compline


Compline (which comes from the Latin word for completion) follows a very ancient format that has been largely unchanged for many centuries.  It is simple enough to memorise and it’s familiar rhythm helps to wonderfully settle the mind before sleep.   1,021 more words

Call To Worship

Mark 2:15-17

15 While Jesus was having dinner at Levi’s house, many tax collectors and sinners were eating with him and his disciples, for there were many who followed him.  147 more words


Biblical Trinitarian: Soul Sleep: An Unbiblical Doctrine [Pt. 2]

Source: Biblical Trinitarian: Soul Sleep: An Unbiblical Doctrine

In part two of my refutation of Soul Sleep, I look at the Scriptural uses of “sleep” as a euphemism for death. 19 more words


Colossians 3 (TBRM Day 717)

Colossians 3 New American Bible (Revised Edition) (NABRE)

IV. The Ideal Christian Life in the World

Chapter 3

Mystical Death and Resurrection.[a] 1 If then you were raised with Christ, seek what is above, where Christ is seated at the right hand of God. 715 more words