Monthly Archives: October 2008

Teddy’s Button

I’ve just finished another Lamplighter book entitled Teddy’s Button by Amy LeFeuvre.  This book is designed to reach boys for Christ from the age of 6 up to about 12, but the story is delightful to any age, male or … Continue reading

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What is Death?

I have read some interesting explanations as to why Adam and Eve did not die the day that they ate from the tree of knowledge of good and evil.  While many godly people have researched this and have what seem … Continue reading

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Charles R. Erdman

Here’s a book review that I wrote for Alibris.   Revelation of John by CR Erdman is an oldie but goodie having its copyright in 1936. While the Pre-Millennialist in me takes a bit of an issue with the A-Millennialist … Continue reading

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For Better or For Worse

For Better or For Worse, but mostly For Worse.   I take the funnies way too seriously.  The comic strip For Better or For Worse by Lynn Johnston used to be one of my favorites as I was a teenager … Continue reading

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Adam! Where are you?

The transformation that happened when Adam and Eve ate from the tree of knowledge of good and evil is a subject that will play a significant role in our theology.  From our perspective, we know that every human that would … Continue reading

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Church of the First-Born-Ones

I am currently reading “Thoughts on the Whole Prophecy of Isaiah” by B.W Newton.  He can really get on some tangents.  On one particular tangent where he severely undermines the dispensational propaganda that was coming out of Plymouth Brethren, he … Continue reading

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The Origin of Satan

The nature of the serpent has two aspects.  There was a physical being which became possessed by a spiritual being.  The prophecy (Seed Promise) concerning the serpent is dual in nature, shifting between the curse directed at the natural creature … Continue reading

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Whence came the serpent?

Where did this serpent come from?  I’ve been trying to stay within the context of what we know only from the creation account.  When we begin talking about the serpent, it would be easy to flip ahead in the story … Continue reading

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