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Finishing The Week

Earlier this week one of my blog’s readers asked me a question related to biblical history and prophecy that I thought was worth exploring in at least a provisional way. ┬áIn order to frame the scope of this exploration, I … Continue reading

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Why Do Jews/Christians Read Ecclesiastes For Sukkot/The Feast Of Tabernacles?

Having written several posts on the relationship between certain books of the Bible and the festivals of God [1] and having heard a couple of sermons in recent weeks on the book of Ecclesiastes, including one video sermon that pointed … Continue reading

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Book Review: Kingdom Come

Kingdom Come, by Reggie McNeal [Note: This book was provided free of charge by Tyndale Momentum Press in exchange for an honest review.] Many of the flaws of this book spring from a small set of consistent and interrelated problems. … Continue reading

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Book Review: What About The Church?

What About The Church? by Russell M. Stendal [Note: This book was provided by Life Sentence Publishing/Aneko Press in exchange for an honest review.] This particular volume is made up of different smaller essays written by the writer about a … Continue reading

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His Blood Be On Us And On Our Children

If you want to solve a problem, sometimes you have to make it bigger. This does not always work out well, but sometimes a bigger problem reveals answers because the larger context reveals larger patterns. Let us proceed with looking … Continue reading

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A Family Of Trees Wanted To Be Haunted

It is not by accident that my favorite animals are almost entirely small and non-aggressive woodland animals capable of self-defense, or that I should write somewhat often about the psychology of such small creatures [1]. It is also not by … Continue reading

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Book Review: Come Out Of Her My People

Come Out Of Her My People: The Encouragement And Exhortation Of The Book Of Revelation Chapters 1-3, by Tony Kessinger [Note: This book was provided free of charge by Author Blog Tours in exchange for an honest review.] In reading … Continue reading

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The Difference Between The Last Great Day And The Eighth Day

In the Church of God, the Eighth Day, the commanded assembly that began today at sunset, is often traditionally (and possibly mistakenly) called the Last Great Day. The Bible, however, clearly distinguishes in the book of John between the two … Continue reading

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