Monthly Archives: October 2006

When Non-Essentials Divide

This post is already eight days overdue, but I’m finally getting around to writing about it. Fox News had an article on October 19 from the Associated Press with this headline: Texas Seminary Bans Promotion of Speaking in Tongues. The … Continue reading

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Tip of the hat to Dave Black for this one: Next April, there is a two-day conference being held at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary on the topic of whether or not the last twelve verses of Mark (Mark 16:9-20) are … Continue reading

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A Little on the Lighter Side

Part of our homeschool day includes reading the Bible together after breakfast. We’re not on any particular reading plan (this keeps from getting discouraged if we have to miss a day, or whatever), but just started at Genesis 1:1 and … Continue reading

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Reaffirming Some Goals

I am not going to get into specifics here because I’m not going to try to make an issue out of the specifics, but the last few days have brought some hurt here in the blogosphere. And I know I … Continue reading

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Raging Fire or Cup of Water?

The Bible uses metaphors a lot. Sometimes, however, we run the risk of pushing a metaphor too far. For example, when Paul talks about “the armor of God” with relation to things that should characterize us as believers, we might … Continue reading

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