Broken

I am so broken this afternoon.  I don’t know when I will be back to the internet scene. You know.  Isaiah 57 talks about a healer. I am desperately looking for that Healer right now.

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Monson in Scouting Magazine (June 2008)

I received in the mail a Boy Scouts of America Charter certificate granted to our church family, Berean Baptist Church in Ammon, Idaho.  We are Pack #370.  Our first official pack meeting will be this next Monday, June 30th, at 7:00 p.m.  You are welcome to visit.  On Monday, I read this in the first […]

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A Taste of the Idaho Evangelical Landscape through Internet

From your perspective, did I miss anything significant in this internet face of Idahoan evangelicalism?

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Theological Pluralism vs. The Door of John 10

Read these articles:

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Why did Joseph Smith change John 10:7?

Verily, verily, I say unto you, I am the door of the sheep”

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I can’t sleep

This last Wednesday, we looked at Isaiah 56 as the next chapter in our inductive study. Tomorrow, we shall examine John 10:11-18. It is an incredible, radical Isaianic-Johannine connection. John’s hinge back to Isaiah is verse 16.  Do you see it? How does the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in 2008 deal with this […]

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What does this Shepherd lack? Nothing

The Bible refers to Jesus Christ by many titles.  He is called the Amen (Rev. 3:14; cf. 2 Cor. 1:20), the Alpha and the Omega (Rev. 22:13), the Advocate (I John 2:1), the Apostle (Heb. 3:1), the Author and Perfecter of faith (Heb. 12:2), the Author of salvation (Heb. 2:10), the Beginning (source, origin) of […]

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Bloggernacle Quote of the Month

Someday, will Mogget be teaching a class on fundamentalism?  If she does, I am wondering who she would pull in as a guest lecturer on the topic.  I do have a number of recommendations for the class exposure. ;) Umm, she does parse the fundamentalist in this fashion within the thread of her musings on […]

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A quick peek at my father

Last night, we had some of the church family come over to our house for some backyard fellowship.  It was a beautiful evening: instruction from Proverbs, testimonies about our fathers, prayer, fellowship, food, and laughter.  Our children had a ball playing and romping around with the other children. I am deeply thankful for my father, […]

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Problems with divine kingship at ugarit

I know this post by Jim Getz would be of interest to my LDS O.T. academic friends.

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