Monthly Archives: April 2009

Honest Bible Interpretation: Assumptions, Humility, and Reality

It seems that there’s always some incident making me want to talk about honest Bible interpretation. Today it was a phone call  made to a call-in talk show. The hosts, conservatives like most talk radio hosts, had repeated a rumor … Continue reading

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Low-Carb Christianity: How to Continue to the End

Today, at the chiropractor’s office, I read that the problem with low-carb diets is that people can’t stick to them. I’d heard that before. People who go on the Atkins’ diet have been tested, and the results are amazing. Not … Continue reading

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GoodSearch: Would You Like to Help Contribute to Rose Creek Village Ministries . . . for Free?

Good Search GoodSearch is a Yahoo-powered search engine that donates 50% of its proceeds to charity. Better yet, it lets you choose the charity. Their 50% works out to approximately 1 penny per search conducted on their page. Think of … Continue reading

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Except a Man Be Born Again

Have you ever wondered if someone was really a Christian? You see regular signs that they’re not. Perhaps there’s a lack of interest in obeying Christ. Perhaps there’s situations where you wonder, “Can a Christian really be that mean on … Continue reading

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Bible Preaching and Unity

I responded to an email asking about Bible preaching and why the preacher was lacking success, and worse, feeling unfulfilled. Here’s what I wrote: Small Things Our approach to changing things has been to start small. Jesus didn’t begin a … Continue reading

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