Category: Religion

Abominations Now And Forever?

 William  October 20, 2004  4 Comments on Abominations Now And Forever?

Jeremy Pierce has been discussing the arguments surrounding homosexual marriage which morphed into legislating morality and now have morphed into arguments concerning the nature and longetivity of abominations, since homosexuality is so biblically described. I got into the middle of…

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Moses Mondays: How It All Started

 William  October 18, 2004

It wasn’t just the fact that Moses is a seminal character in the history of the people of God that drew me to him. I was also disturbed that the popular view of Moses was radically distorted, especially his time…

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Theological Thursdays: Scriptural Balance And The Carrot And The Stick

 William  October 14, 2004  4 Comments on Theological Thursdays: Scriptural Balance And The Carrot And The Stick

Welcome to the second edition of Theological Thursdays. Much of my thinking is done in analogies, similes, and other mental images. I have been told I am a visual thinker. I believe that is true and while my math was…

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Heaven Or Hell

 William  October 12, 2004

While on a campaign trip in his home state a US senator’s plane tragically crashes and he dies. His soul arrives in heaven and he is met by St. Peter at the entrance. “Welcome to heaven,” says St. Peter. “But,…

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Moses Mondays: The Great American Novel

 William  October 11, 2004  4 Comments on Moses Mondays: The Great American Novel

I was nineteen, working in the Steak ‘N Shake drive-in in Daytona Beach, and chatting with a customer and his girlfriend. He asked me what I wanted to do with my life. “I want to write the great American novel,”…

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Wolves In Sheep’s Clothing

 William  October 11, 2004

In a Washington Times article this morning, entitled Gay bishop dismisses Anglican report, , New Hampshire Bishop V. Gene Robinson, the first open and active homosexual Episcopal priest elected and consecrated a Bishop, predicted at a service yesterday in Washington…

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Theological Thursdays: Starting Point: Sola Scriptura

 William  October 7, 2004  7 Comments on Theological Thursdays: Starting Point: Sola Scriptura

Welcome to the first entry in my new concept of weekly themed postings. Today it’s Theological Thursdays. While I consider myself in no way a formal theologian, I do accept the challenge of J.I. Packer to wrestle with theology, since…

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The True Nature Of Islamic Terror In Iraq

 William  October 5, 2004

Who is Abu Musab al-Zarqawi and what does he really want? In a revealing article in FrontPage Magazine, Stephen Schwartz exposes the underlying focus of the Saudi Wahhabi sect of which al-Zarqawi is a member. They consider everyone but themselves,…

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Logic, Spin, Wisdom, And God

 William  October 4, 2004  2 Comments on Logic, Spin, Wisdom, And God

The sermon this Sunday was on wisdom. In separating knowledge from wisdom by using biblical arguments it is easy to forget another component that our current social milieu uses to influence the equation, that of biased spin. For example, Condoleezza…

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Worship, Or Not!

 William  September 29, 2004  8 Comments on Worship, Or Not!

Warning: Rated PG-13 by the Meisheid Internet Rating Service for strong opinions. I have been reading some things that have gotten my juices flowing. These readings are radical thoughts, these musings of Michael Spencer. I should say they are radical…

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