Category Archives: Christianity

Something Missing

One of the more ominous verses of the Bible reveals the decision that was placed before mankind in the garden of Eden that is symbolic of the choice that human beings have had to make over and over again in … Continue reading

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The Macedonian Call

[Note: The below is the prepared text of a sermonette given to the Portland UCG congregation on October 24, 2020.] We have just returned from a Feast of Tabernacles that is different from any one in recent memory. Most of … Continue reading

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On The Divine Providence Of Plague

In 2020, it seems appropriate that we should reflect upon the divine providence of plague as it relates to the fate of people and nations. As might be imagined, these are matters that cut multiple ways, and sometimes plague is … Continue reading

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Book Review: Of Plymouth Plantation

Of Plymouth Plantation: Bradford’s History Of The Plymouth Settlement 1608-1650, by William Bradford This book is a vitally important book to read when it comes to understanding the self-perception of American settlers of New England during the key period when … Continue reading

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On Earth As It Is In Heaven

One of the aspects of divine reproduction in mankind that is of importance is the way that God has sought to create things on earth the way that they are in heaven. This particular area of the Bible has a … Continue reading

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2 Peter 1:1-11: Through These You May Be Partakers Of The Divine Nature

In looking at the relevance of the one divine nature to believers, let us continue where we left off previously [1], looking at the beginning of 2 Peter to examine what it is that is expected out of the lives … Continue reading

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Participants In The Divine Nature

Some time ago, I wrote at some length about the divine nature that Jesus Christ maintained as a human being and how it was that He was a human being in form but not in terms of having a corrupt … Continue reading

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At Some Point You Should Be Expected To Grow Up

I’m a Fleetwood Mac fan, and that has not always been an easy thing to be given the band’s self-destructive tendencies, which have continued long after the band members could have been expected to grow up and mellow out. Although … Continue reading

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Will You Chew Until It Bleeds?

In reading a book recently, I came across a passage that discussed the author’s own thoughts about negative interactions with book reviewers. I must say, personally, that I have not yet had any negative interactions with reviewers of my writing. … Continue reading

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Book Review: Living On Fire

Living On Fire: The Life Of Brent Bozell, Jr., by Daniel Kelly This book is a very powerful one, being a biography of someone I had heard about because of my general reading interests, but someone whose life story had … Continue reading

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