Monthly Archives: July 2015

Denomination Abomination

In the first days of the Gospel, there were 3 groups: Jewish Christians, believing Gentiles, and Gnostics. After 300 years, those 3 grew to 15; the Reformation tightened it to 9. After 2,000 years, those 9 are up to—get this—1,000! … Continue reading

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Shaken, Not Stirred

*Hat tip to Sean Connery Last week I ran across a passage of Scripture that some time ago I’d heard taught wrongly. I knew it at the time; in fact, it was a catalyst for parting ways with the false … Continue reading

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Learn from Your Children

Doo-wah. ‘Love that radio. I know I’m not the only one: we sing along. Whatever Your Favorite decade or genre, admit it: you sing it, Baby: every time—with abandon. But, “Wait: wait a minute, Mr. Postman.” Maybe, amidst the abandon, … Continue reading

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Romans 5 – 8 Chart

justified peace with God obtained our introduction into this grace hope of the glory of God tribulation… perseverance… character… hope the love of God the Holy Spirit… given to us Christ died for the ungodly justified by His blood we … Continue reading

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