Southeastern Idaho’s response to the American politics

Southeastern Idaho has not been too happy about the political headlines lately. How many of you have been taking in The 5000 Year Leap and the city lecture series by Pastor Dave Bass in Idaho Falls?

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Hebrews Inductive Study (chapter 4)

Questions for Hebrews 4 Observation Let us do what in verse 1? What did those in the O.T. have preached to them? And what did they have missing as they heard? Does God like to repeat Himself?  What does God want made so clear that He repeats it three times (3:11; 4:3; 4:5)? What is […]

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Rob Bowman & Bill Hamblin @ MADB

I first picked up on Rob at MADB here, responding to Dan. Also, Rob highlights some of his thoughts on the First Vision, where Bill jumps in. Bill questions if Rob uses consistent methodology. And then Bill slyly asks, “Do Bible authors ‘add to’ or ‘take away from’ biblical texts?”  See what one misses, when one […]

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St. Patrick’s Day & the Trinity

Today is an exciting day. What are some of the best links that you will discover in reading on the Trinity?

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The two KJV sentences of John 17:20-23

About a year and a half ago, Jacob over on “Heart Issues for Todd Wood” formulated some questions for me with this post title – “What shall we make of God’s oneness?” He ends his post with these questions:  “(1) But what are we to make of John 17?  (2) Do you agree that this […]

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LDS Fundamentalism

When I read the feature cover article for the National Geographic (February 2010) on “Polygamy in America“, here is the one statement that stood out to me. LDS fundamentalist, Warren Jeffs, wrote this in his journal: The Lord directed that I go to the sun tanning salon and get sun tanned more evenly on their […]

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Calvary Chapel at our LDS Barbecue

I wonder if Christian Vuissa, founder and organizer of the annual LDS film festival in Utah, might consider producing a hit LDS movie with this title. Though my opinion is not founded on research, I would perhaps consider Calvary Chapel the largest evangelical denomination in the Intermountain Mormon Corridor.  Would this be a safe observation? And […]

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Christian Unity in the Intermountain I-15 Corridor

[O]ne body, and one Spirit, even as ye are called in one hope of your calling; One Lord [Jesus], one faith [once for all delivered], one baptism, One God and Father of all, who is above all, and through all, and in you all (Eph. 4:4-6 KJV, [emphasis added]) _______ Seven times you see the […]

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No Apology by Mitt Romney

These are some interesting tidbits that I picked up from Mitt’s latest book, No Apology:  The Case for American Greatness (2010). My father knew what it meant to pursue the difficult.  He was born in Mexico, where his Mormon grandparents had moved to escape religious persecution (5). Some years ago, I served as a lay […]

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Hebrews Inductive Study (chapter 3)

Questions on Hebrews 3 Observation  Who is Jesus contrasted with in verses 1-6? List everything you discover in these verses in how they are contrasted. Where do you find the O.T. context for the house and servant being referenced? What is the O.T. passage that chapter 3 directly quotes? Who is speaking in verse 7?  […]

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