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Through the Bible: Matthew 2:13-18, A Spiritual Bible

We are going through Tatian’s Diatessaron, a second-century harmony of the Gospels. We are on Section III. Today’s post goes through Matthew 2:13-18. The Bible and Inspiration When [the wise men] had departed, the messenger of the Lord appeared in … Continue reading

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Has Hell Always Been Forever?

I’ve been putting up Christian history "news" posts on my Christian History for Everyman site. That’s not really a blog, though, and I’m learning there are some benefits to the blog setup. So I’m moving those here, and I’ll just … Continue reading

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Love Wins by Rob Bell

I’ve been reading Love Wins by Rob Bell. I’m 89% done (percentage courtesy of Kindle). ***I wrote this a week ago; I’m finished with the book now.*** Originally I was not going to blog about it. After all, a thousand … Continue reading

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The Jehovah’s Witnesses and the Trinity … No, and Dishonesty

I’ve probably mentioned before that dishonesty in research really bugs me. In preparing a book on the Council of Nicea that I’m working on—and progressing well!—I decided to hunt down a Jehovah’s Witness booklet called Should You Believe in the … Continue reading

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