I’ve got a new title. Maybe, it’s partly due to all the traffic outside my window tonight on I-15. Will that be ok with all of you?
Tender God and Master, It was you, Father, who provided safe passage for your own across the swelling waves of the ocean. You displayed compassion and tender mercies to a people most pitiful. Our father was an Amorite and our mother an Hittite. We belonged to pagan ways. We were by nature, children of wrath. […]
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It came in public print yesterday from Andree Seu. (HT: SharperIron) She is one of my favorite authors for World magazine. And I am not too surprised by her post and the warm response to Beck. (Hey, though my own precious momma detests Mormonism, she loves the testimonial words that come out of Beck’s mouth). It would […]
In 1534, William Tyndale had published his translation. For the first time in English, in a translation directly from the Greek, Tyndale writes in I Corinthians 3, What is Paul? What thing is Apollos? Only ministers . . . In the margin, Tyndale then explains, “The apostles and prelates are servants to preach Christ unto […]
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Bryan of afa wrote an interesting post, today. To my LDS friends, what do you think of his simplistic LDS summary of what you believe? To be transparent in my disagreement, I have never been excited about the illustration in Bryan’s post about Billy Graham joining with liberals on the same platform. It was not a good precedent […]
Craig Blomberg wrote in his Corinthians commentary (I am studying I Corinthians 3): As one of my students once put it, much conservative Christianity reminded him of an exclusive country club trying to attract a broader clientele. The club, therefore, advertised that membership for the first year would be absolutely free. But after that, you […]