Monthly Archives: December 2011

Bring a Torch, Jeanette, Isabella/Love Has Come

Every year I blog on a Christmas Carol, taking the time to point out where I think the carol really captures the message of Christmas, and sometimes where it falls short.  This year, you’re going to get two for the … Continue reading

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In the Christmas Spirit

It’s getting close.  It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas.  I’ve been Christmas shopping.  I’m getting a kick out of picking out some gifts for some relatives.  I’ve been singing the Christmas songs, perhaps annoying a few co-workers as … Continue reading

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Walter Martin was post-trib

Theological juggernaut, Walter Martin, was not pre-trib.  I remember when I wanted to start reading about how different cults like Mormonism, the Watchtower, and Islam fell short in comparison to the Word of God, every commentary seemed to quote The … Continue reading

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