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Wisdom in Proverbs, Daniel’s Son of Man, the Trinity, and Jesus the Messiah and Son of God

This article argues for the early Christian/Nicene concept of the Trinity (still held among the Eastern Orthodox), that Wisdom in Proverbs should be understood throughout as referring to the Son of God, who is also called the Word, and provides … Continue reading

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Divine Healing and a Psalm Commentary

I finally fought off hospital stays, fatigue, hemorrhoids, and the source of all of those, a low immune system, enough to finish some articles I had started. Divine Healing. Is it for everyone? Psalms 44-47 and “The End” Any recent … Continue reading

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Through the Bible in a Year: Matthew 8 to 12

When Jesus began the Sermon on the Mount, it appeared he was with his disciples, getting away from the crowd. By the end, however, it says that the crowds were amazed at his teaching (7:28). Our reading today begins with … Continue reading

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