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Monthly Archives: March 2017
Paul had a secular skill as a tent maker. That term referred to a wide array of actual products made from heavy fabrics, leather and rope. As you might expect, he could also do sails and ship rigging. In some … Continue reading
This is a rough day for me with pretty harsh symptoms from a cold virus. I’ve been careful and proactive because of my personal history with such things, so I’m not feeling dead or wishing I were. Still, I’m dozing … Continue reading
Teaser… See the bigger picture. Consider Romans 9:14-24 and Jeremiah 18. God is the Potter; His plans and motives are inscrutable to us. But His moral character is fully revealed. If we see that a country is not obeying the … Continue reading
The question is always the same whether it’s politics or war: Cui bono? If your dream is to destroy a moral evil on the earth, take away the profit. I hear activists talking about the need to stop this or … Continue reading
Teaser… Here we take a short tour through the history of Western Christian theology. Our attention is focused on the business of fallen nature and human reason. First, we have to understand that Hebrew Scriptures assume a wholly different anthropology … Continue reading