Monthly Archives: July 2009

Three Dollars Worth of God

No comments of my own today. Everything’s borrowed. I wrote a post yesterday called “Intellectual Honesty and Throwing Up.” I’m trying to decide whether it’s worth posting, needs editing, or just needs to be thrown out. For today, though, Voice … Continue reading

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Back Surgery and the Help of God

This is not meant to be a blog about my personal life, but … Yesterday my wife had back surgery for a bulging disk. It was huge; 18 mm, for those that have an idea of what that is. The … Continue reading

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Roman Catholics, Orthodox, and the Local Church

I got an email from a Roman Catholic and an Orthodox believer both in the same day. The biggest thing they had in common was massive miscommunication. What I mean by that is that they both presented arguments to me … Continue reading

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Christians and Liberals

Today I found a news article about the ACLU supporting freedom of Religion … for Christians! Giving credit where credit is due, I found that link at this blog. I have some comments to make about Christians, liberals, and conspiracy … Continue reading

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If We Are the Body …

That song continues: … why aren’t his arm reaching? Why aren’t his hands healing? I don’t know if that’s supposed to be a rhetorical question, but in case it’s not I’d like to try to answer it. Because we’re not … Continue reading

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James 2:10: Guilty of the Whole Law

Whoever keeps the whole Law, yet offends in one point, he is guilty of all. – James 2:10 Okay, I promised that I’d put up a second blog today on what James 2:10 means (rather than what it doesn’t mean). … Continue reading

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Perfection, the Atonement, and James 2:10

For whoever keeps the whole Law, yet stumbles in one point, he is guilty of all. – James 2:10 I am going to write two blogs today. The first will be about what this verse does not mean, and the … Continue reading

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