Category Archives: History

On Lumping And Splitting

When I was a young person and downloading music files from various sites on the interwebs, one of the irritations I had to deal with was the labeling of the music files. As one might imagine, I would look for … Continue reading

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Album Review: Cuts Like A Knife

Cuts Like A Knife, by Bryan Adams If his self-titled debut album was and largely remains forgotten except for those who are aware of Bryan Adams as a songwriter like the bands who covered his compositions, and his second album … Continue reading

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Can’t Help But Be A Target

One of the more ominous scriptures in the Bible can be found in John 15:18-25, which reads: ““If the world hates you, you know that it hated Me before it hated you.  If you were of the world, the world would love … Continue reading

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Does The Church Have A Heart Problem?

Between 2005 and 2007 I lost three of my closest relatives on my father’s side of the family due to heart attack, thus moving from a relatively low risk to a high risk for being felled by such a problem … Continue reading

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Album Review: Bryan Adams

Bryan Adams, by Bryan Adams After the success of “Let Me Take You Dancing,” a song which has been disavowed by the artist because of the way that his voice was made higher and remixed as a disco song rather … Continue reading

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Album Review: You Want It You Got It

You Want It You Got It, by Bryan Adams When he received a bit of fame at the tail end of the disco period with a dance remix of his early track “Let Me Take You Dancing,” Bryan Adams was … Continue reading

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On Sovereignty In The New Covenant Church

One of the more remarkable aspects of David’s life when he was on the run from the homicidal king Saul was the regard and respect he had for Saul as the Lord’s anointed. Repeatedly we find him feeling guilty even … Continue reading

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Album Review: Living Eyes

Living Eyes, by the Bee Gees Perhaps the most obscure album of the peak-era Bee Gees, this album was released in 1981, after disco was clearly in terminal decline, and a lot of people were just not interested in listening … Continue reading

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Authority And Consent In Sovereignty

Previously, we looked at some scriptures that dealt with the subject of sovereignty in the Bible and where it springs from. Many more could be chosen, and others will be discussed in later parts of this larger discussion, but perhaps … Continue reading

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On The Source Of Sovereignty

We live in a world where questions of authority are immensely challenging because their implications are so serious. Yesterday at services there were two split sermons that were both dealing with questions of authority, and they addressed subjects that I … Continue reading

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