Daily Archives: March 6, 2011

Cork Station

The name Cork Station showed up on a obscure map in an obscure book about the Civil War history of Florida [1].  Most people reading the book would not have thought a second moment about the place, which would be … Continue reading

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Bartholomew Called Nathanael: An Israelite In Whom There Is No Guile

[Note:  This post is a continuation of a long project on the Twelve Aposltes as they are presented in scripture.] Introduction Batholomew, also called Nathanael, is one of the more obscure members of the twelve apostles, really only given one … Continue reading

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Psalm 88: For My Soul Is Full of Troubles

Psalm 88 is the last psalm directly attributed to the Sons of Korah (one additional psalm, Psalm 106, which is formally anonymous, is indirectly attributed to them by their instruction of the psalm to army of Judah in the days … Continue reading

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