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The Power of Almost True

This post is in reference to this article, published in the Huffington post. Bernard Starr, the author, claims that the Catholics suppressed the reading of the Bible because they did not want individual members to see just how Jewish the … Continue reading

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Genesis One and the New Creation, Part 3

Please read Part 1 and Part 2 before reading this post, or you’ll probably be lost. The Sixth Day: Animals and Man I think it is significant that the sixth day includes the creation of both animals and man. I … Continue reading

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Genesis One and the New Creation, Part 2

Don’t miss yesterday’s post if you haven’t seen it. Today’s may not make much sense if you don’t read yesterday’s. The Fourth Day: The Lights of Heaven The fourth day is very tied to the previous three. Light and darkness … Continue reading

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Genesis One and the New Creation

This look at Genesis one is not unusual for me, so those of you who regularly read my blog will find no surprises here. Hopefully, though, you will find some deep encouragement. I know I did. I started a reading … Continue reading

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