Daily Archives: October 2, 2019

Mysteries Of The Bible: Isaiah 66:7-8: Shall A Nation Be Born At Once?

When we look at Bible passages, it is extremely important to recognize the sorts of double messages that exist in them.  Let us take as our text Isaiah 66:5-11, a text which looks at the consolation of Zion:  “Hear the … Continue reading

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Book Review: Take And Read

Take And Read:  Spiritual Reading:  An Annotated List, by Eugene H. Peterson Having read many of the books discussed here before, I must admit that I did not think about who was writing the book until after I read it.  … Continue reading

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Book Review: Christian Philosophy

Christian Philosophy, edited by Thomas P. Flint In reading a book like this, one can have several purposes.  For one, a book like this can demonstrate the scope of Christian philosophy, demonstrating to the reader what it is that that … Continue reading

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Book Review: Into The Silent Land

Into The Silent Land:  A Guide To The Christian Practice Of Contemplation, by Martin Laird As someone who reads a great deal about the issue of contemplation and meditation, I have to say that this is the sort of book … Continue reading

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