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Exodus 16 - Three Solutions to Chronic Complaining

In Exodus 16, Israel was delivered from Egypt and crossed the Red Sea on dry ground. Israel was on the other side of the Red Sea, but there was a problem – the people were hungry, angry and discontent – they started to murmur and complain and ventured into dangerous territory. 353 more words


The Trumping of the Culture of Death

In that wonderful film based on the life of St. Thomas More, the man for all seasons notices a medallion on the chest of a man who just perjured himself to testify against More. 727 more words


The Information Entropic Proof of God

My Mormon friend informs me scholars at BYU have a pet theory that Kierkegaard was directly influenced by Mormonism. Kierkegaard’s one reference to the nascent faith (quoted in the footnote below from  811 more words


Psalms 1-10 - Coyote Justice

Today’s passagesPsalm 5:10, Psalm 7:15-16, Psalm 9:15, Psalm 10:2

Today’s chocolateEndangered Species Dark Chocolate with Espresso Beans

Hey, guys. Today I wanted to take a time-out from the main storyline and tackle a sidequest instead. 312 more words


Holy Scipture Reading, Nehemiah 1: 5, ESV.


Friday, May 6, 2016

ESV Verse of the Day

Verse of the Day
May 6
Nehemiah 1:5
5 “And I said, “O LORD God of heaven, the great and awesome God who keeps covenant and steadfast love with those who love him and keep his commandments.”
Read Nehemiah 1


Love’s Essential Aspects and Diverse Forms - Thomas Jay Oord

The first plenary session at Biola’s CCT this year was given by Thomas Jay Oord. Here is an outline of his talk.



The Philosopher's Lexicon: Theodicy

Welcome back to The Philosopher’s Lexicon. My primary goal in this series is to explore common philosophical vocabulary, hopefully transforming these words from useless jargon into meaningful terms. 994 more words