Monthly Archives: October 2006

Millennial Positions

Good intentions.  I’ve had good intentions from the beginning.  I wanted to systematically take my blog through some of the different positions on prophecy, or eschatology, and show from the scriptures why I believe what I believe.  That was the … Continue reading

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90 seconds of Middle East History

Over on Alan Kurschner’s blog, he currently has a great 90 second video which gives a summary of the different world empires that have had dominion over the nation of Israel, or the area which God has promised to the … Continue reading

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Doing things the right way

There is a very nice couple that lives on my route.  They are not married, but wound up living together about two years ago.  I’m pretty sure she had no place to go and he was available along with his … Continue reading

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Heaven’s Love Thrift Shop

I LOVE the funnies.  Now that I’m not getting the newspaper for a little stint here, I check my favorites online each day.  Perhaps another time I’ll do a post on which funnies I like and why.  Today, however, I … Continue reading

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They Don’t Fit in the Verse

This past Wednesday, we had a lesson that we presented to the kids on taking care of your bodies.  The key verses that they are to attempt to memorize for the night were I Corinthians 6:19-20 which read as follows. … Continue reading

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Joel 2:28-32, Past or Future?

Hopefully this will be the last of my posts concerning the talking points seminar that we attended a couple of weeks back.  For those of you who didn’t go and have been forced to read these posts on "What is the … Continue reading

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The Colossus Never Left

On 10-4-2006, I posted a clip titled "The Colossus is Back!".  This post highlighted some views by Marvin Rosenthal on Daniel chapter 2 and other passages.  I was sort of pondering his views, but now I am going to post my … Continue reading

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Smashing the Ten Commandments

I was SO excited on Sunday.  I got to smash the ten commandments.  Let me explain.   I am teaching through the stories of Moses in Junior Church.  The age group is kindergarten through fifth grade.  I have about 20 … Continue reading

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Talking Points Question and Answer Session

There were four sessions at talking points where the speakers presented their views on "What is the Gospel?"  Then at the very end there was a brief (very brief) question and answer session.  All three speakers, Scot McKnight, David Turner, … Continue reading

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The “Gospel” of Embracing Grace

Scot McKnight’s second session, or the fouth session for the day if you include all the sessions, sort of spring- boarded off his first session.  Scot outlined the entire plan of redemption highlighting this "communal" theme that seems to be … Continue reading

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