Monthly Archives: November 2008

Book Review: A High View of Scripture?

I often quote from and comment on books that I am reading. Rarely, however, do I purposely do a book review. I want to make an exception for A High View of Scripture? The Authority of the Bible and the … Continue reading

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Change in Comment Structure

The spam in my comment section has become unbearable. I’m not interested in deleting that trash anymore, so I cancelled the comment section. In its place, you can follow the link to the right that will take you to a … Continue reading

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Surprised by Jesus

I’m borrowing a title from David Servant’s “eteaching.” I figure it’s okay because he’s a Christian and I’m fixing to plug his web site and ministry. You can find their site at Their ministry is awesome, directed at helping … Continue reading

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One Little Sin

This is part 2 of a blog I just finished (sort of ). Many Christians believe that all it takes is one little sin–a white lie or stealing a piece of chewing gum as a child–to send you to hell. … Continue reading

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There Is None Righteous; No, Not One

The  Bible says in Romans 3:10 that there is none righteous, no, not one.  Why is that? It is not because all of us have committed at least some small sin somewhere in our lives so that we’re therefore guilty … Continue reading

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Romans and Romans

We’ve been going through Romans in a Bible study on Tuesday and Thursday mornings before work. It’s pretty neat. I want to talk about some of the things we talk about there–for two reasons. One, they’re radical and life-changing. Two, … Continue reading

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