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Reading Round Up: July (Part 1)

  • Stir by Jessica Fechtor

This is the kind of book I love. A mix of recipes and memoir, beautifully written. This is story of survival, recovery and the way food connects and carries us. 344 more words

Book Review

Galatians 4:6-11

In Galatians 4:6-11 Paul continues his schooling on what it means to be a child of God. As children of God, we have both the right and ability to cry out to “Daddy” or God our Father just like Jesus did. 475 more words

Spiritual Growth

Philippians 1.12-14 - Influential Incarceration

Often we look at our circumstances and, for better or worse, put ourselves at the very centre of them. They must be about me, for me, against me, and altogether concerning me. 230 more words


Galatians 4:1-5

In Galatians 4:1-5 Paul reminds us that we are free and now are God’s children. Paul refers to us as a child which has special meaning at the time of his writing. 460 more words

Spiritual Growth

Even Nottingham Forest Are Embarrassed I Support Them ...

So with COVID stopping football fans from attending games, my beloved Nottingham Forest thought of a fun way to help the players feel the stadium is full while earning some much-needed revenue at the same time. 304 more words


Philippians 1.7-11 - Paul's Prayer

After expressing confidence in the future work and grace of God (v.6), Paul now explains his love for the Philippians and prays for them.

Paul says, essentially, that he loves the saints at Philippi with the same self-sacrificing love that Jesus showed for the entire world (vv.7-8, cf. 274 more words


Mark Nanos: Paul's Relationship with Circumcision

Mark D. Nanos, Reading Paul within Judaism: Collected Essays of Mark D. Nanos, vol. 1 (Eugene, OR: Cascade Books, 2017), 24-25.

There is no reason to believe that Paul opposed circumcision of children born to Jewish parents, and good reason to suppose that he did not.

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