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Nothing Is Sound

The band Switchfoot has, throughout their career, shown a great deal of attention in dealing with questions of the worldview of Christianity, in a philosophical sort of way, that has often resonated with a wide audience that includes plenty of … Continue reading

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Wuv, Sweet Wuv: A Case Study In The Problem Of Projection

A long time ago [1], I had reason to examine the doctrine of love. As is typically the case, there is a wide gulf between our perceptions of being and feeling loved and the reality of love that exists in … Continue reading

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Book Review: Jesus In Me

Jesus In Me:  Experiencing The Holy Spirit As A Constant Companion [Note:  This book was provided free of charge by Multnomah/Waterbrook Press.  All thoughts and opinions are my own.] I liked this book both more and less than I thought … Continue reading

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An Introduction To The Biblical Meditation Project

If we think of the subject of meditation and how it is presented, we can imagine a set of concentric circles.  Among all the books one can find on the subject of meditation, or that deal with it as a … Continue reading

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Book Review: A Handbook On The Jewish Roots Of The Christian Faith

A Handbook On The Jewish Roots Of The Christian Faith, edited by Craig A. Evans and David Mishkin [Note:  This book was provided free of charge by Hendrickson Publishers.  All thoughts and opinions are my own.] It is very hard … Continue reading

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You Are My Friends If You Do Whatever I Command You: Part Three

In our previous sections (here and here), we looked at an obscure and often neglected scripture from the night before Jesus’ crucifixion and also that it demonstrated a model of friendship tied to loyalty and obedience that was not only … Continue reading

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The Desert Island Test

Having returned home rather late last night, I decided to get some sleep rather than write first, for though I had a lot to write about, there was little at least that was troubling about the conversation at least, so … Continue reading

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Contra Novo Arius

Some years ago, when I lived in Florida, I knew a gentleman who had a heretical view of the nature of God that he viewed as springing from a supposed Gospel of the stars which came from a particular interpretation … Continue reading

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A Dialogue Concerning The Resurrections

[Note:  For the record, neither of these are stand-ins for the author, though both speak as the author does on occasion, in the elevated manner of a formal scholarly disputation.] Tertius – I saw you shaking your head at both … Continue reading

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Book Review: 5 Things Christians Must Do

5 Things Christians Must Do:  A Refreshing Yet Challenging Look At Biblical Christian Living, by F.B. Meyer [Note:  This book was provided free of charge by Aneko Press.  All thoughts and opinions are my own.] I must admit that before … Continue reading

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