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A Roman Catholic Contradiction

Introduction There is a tough text in Romans 2 that comes up often in the debate with Roman Catholics on…

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Women in the Pulpit I: Setting the Stage

The topic of female-pastors has been flowing through my local church recently. I covered it in a Wednesday night class…

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Good Friday & the Purposes of the Cross

I wanted to write a brief blog in light of Good Friday, the celebration and memorial of the death of…

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Jesus Predicts the Temple’s Destruction (Matthew 24:1-14)

I write this blog anachronistically. The contents of this blog were at one time a short Facebook post. I have…

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The Great Transition (Matthew 24:36-44)

This is perhaps the most anticipated post in my series on Matthew 24. As it is at this moment in…

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The Coming of The Son (Matthew 24:29-35)

The most problematic portion of Matthew 24 for those of us who maintain Jesus is referencing the destruction of Jerusalem…

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The Abomination of Desolation and The Great Tribulation (Matthew 24:15-28)

I am blessed to do ministry in a context of loving brethren. I do step on their toes from time…

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Why Christians Should Believe in Hades

Introduction When most people think of Hades, Greek mythology immediately comes to their forefront of their minds. Hades is associated,…

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The Sign of Jonah

Matthew 12: 38-42, “Then some of the scribes and Pharisees answered him, saying, ‘Teacher, we wish to see a sign…

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Innate Morality?

A common theme for naturalists scrambling to find a justification for the morality they appeal to everyday is to claim…