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Book Review: The Strait Gate

The Strait Gate, Or Great Difficulty Of Going To Heaven, by John Bunyan I must admit at the outset that I have rather different eschatological beliefs to the author when it comes to the kingdom of God, but by and … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Barren Fig-Tree

The Barren Fig-Tree, or The Doom And Downfall Of The Fruitless Professor, by John Bunyan I must say that the more I read from the writings of John Bunyan [1], the more I appreciated his spirited defense of godliness and … Continue reading

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Book Review: Of Antichrist And His Ruin

Of Antichrist And His Ruin, by John Bunyan I have read at least some of the large body of work by John Bunyan, best remembered for his allegory Pilgrim’s Progress [1], and I am struck by how excellent a writer … Continue reading

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The Bible On Boats

[Note:  The following is a text for a Bible Study for the Sabbath of June 30, 2018, in the waters between Anacortes, WA and Victoria, BC.] Today we happen to be traveling through the waters between the United States and … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Fragments Of Papias

The Fragments Of Papias, by Papias of Hierapolis Once upon a time there was a bishop in Asia Minor who was personally familiar with people who had known the Apostles as well as the Apostle John himself, and he was … Continue reading

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It Has Not Yet Been Revealed What We Shall Be

When we examine the question of form and nature regarding humanity and Jesus Christ, it is of the utmost importance that we examine 1 John 3:1-2, which reads:  “Behold what manner of love the Father has bestowed on us, that we should … Continue reading

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Audiobook Review: Great Courses: Religion In The Ancient Mediterranean World: Part 3

Great Courses:  Religion In The Ancient Mediterranean World:  Part 3, taught by Professor Glenn S. Holland Fortunately, most of this section of lectures focuses on something where the professor and I have a good deal of agreement, and that is … Continue reading

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Audiobook Review: Great Courses: Religion In The Ancient Mediterranean World: Part 2

Great Courses:  Religion In The Ancient Mediterranean World: Part 2, taught by Professor Glenn S. Holland Sometimes one can gain a great deal of insight about a subject in ways that the instructor does not intend.  It should be stated … Continue reading

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Papias And The Millennium

As a writer whose thoughts have quite often gone towards the millennium and what it will be like [1], it is quite a joy to me that the ancient writer Papias was interested in the Sabbath as well.  To be … Continue reading

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Book Review: Judah’s Scepter And The Sacred Stone

Judah’s Scepter And The Sacred Stone, by D.A. Brittain [Note:  This book was provided free of charge by BookCrash.  All thoughts and opinions are my own.] Given my upbringing and the popularity of stories about the Israelite origin of the … Continue reading

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