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A Shemita is Coming

A Shemita is coming. If you’ve read this book or at least heard the author speak, then you know what I’m talking about. If you don’t know what I’m talking about, then a simple way to describe the Shemita is that every seven years, God blesses or judges a nation that has been dedicated to Him. 163 more words

Old Testament

The First Cut: The Soul of a Barbershop Theologian

“It’s the barbershop, y’all know the rules..
No fighting, no cussing, no Cuz and no Bloodin’
And sit yourself down and act like you got some sense”-
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Barbershop

Did Jesus care more about compassion than about sin and repentance?

I don’t like to argue politics on this blog. For one thing, I don’t know enough about politics to pull that off. But also, it’s nearly impossible to discuss it without people getting heated and uptight, or alternatively, deleting the comments of everyone who can’t keep a civil tongue, neither of which I like to do. 1,436 more words

Catholicism

Holocaust Testimonies I: Walk With Me In Hell

How credible can a reawakened memory be that tries to revive events so many decades after they occurred? I think the terminology itself is at fault here.

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Theology

Defining Atonement – Part 2 - "Atonement” – Part One

In searching the words I am going to search you need to realize I will be sticking mostly with the New American Standard (NASB).  I do search other Bibles but for the sake of a little continuity in this study I will stick with this one.  400 more words

Leadership

The Purpose of the Law

Sunday, May 24th, 2015. “No Other Gospel, Pt. 6: The Purpose of the Law” (Gal. 3:15-25)

https://centrestreetbaptist.files.wordpress.com/2015/05/may24.mp3

Sources:

Gustaf Aulen. Christus Victor: An Historical Study of the Three Main Types of the Idea of Atonement… 86 more words

Theology

Authority of Scripture

As an evangelical I have a high view of scripture  I affirm that “All scripture is inspired by God and is useful for teaching, for reproof, for correction, and training in righteousness,” (2 Tim 3:16).   601 more words