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Tribulation: Just the Warm-up So Far

If you were to spend some time reading and analyzing the royal and imperial records associated with Ancient Near Eastern (ANE) rulers, you would begin to see a pattern emerge. The level of wisdom these men held is seldom matched … Continue reading

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Some More Big Picture

We are fallen; we were designed for Eden, but we got kicked out. In our fallen state, we will never really get back into Eden. However, Scripture talks about a symbolic return to Eden, a foot-in-both-worlds type of existence. It … Continue reading

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Heart of Faith: Chapter 7

Christine has asked me to share her story second hand. She’s a marvelous writer but the timing of this book caught her tied up with a lot of her own moral responsibilities. What makes her story important for us is … Continue reading

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The Structure of Superstition

Western Christians are easily the most superstitious folks I know. The word “superstition” comes to us from Latin and implies a dread of the supernatural. Thus, much of Christian belief tends to be false, based on the heathen fears passed … Continue reading

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A Little Scholarship, Please — Part 2

We are the bride of Christ. You can’t make a parable walk on all-fours, but symbols are chosen for a reason. The most manly shepherd in the Kingdom of Heaven still has to understand the bride’s perspective on things. You … Continue reading

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ACBM: Notes

This is not to impress you with what I know, but to entice you into what you can know. Before actually starting to type the text, I had gone back and reacquainted myself with an awful lot of ANE stuff … Continue reading

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