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Sin = Lack of Trust?!? Part 2 in a series . . .

  In the first part of this series entitled “The ORIGINAL Sin?!? Part 1 in a series . . . ,” we looked at a sin that happened before what many consider and teach as the “original sin.” We went … Continue reading

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The ORIGINAL Sin?!? Part 1 in a series . . .

Do you KNOW what sin is? Can you define it? Is it arbitrary?  Fleeting?  Is it something you rationalize (make the unreasonable sound reasonable)?   What if we look up “sin + definition” online at sites such as Webster and … Continue reading

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Salvation WITHOUT works? Really?

There are many verses in the text that are often quoted as “proof statements” of this or that concerning someone’s theological supposition about what the text is trying to convey. Many times, people apply their cultural understanding of a word … Continue reading

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How Keeping the Jewish Sabbath was Abolished in Christianity: Part 2

In Part 1 of How Keeping the Jewish Sabbath was Abolished in Christianity, we looked at the command to keep Shabbat (Sabbath) and why. We looked at a couple of Christianity’s arguments that are presently used to justify no longer … Continue reading

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The Storm – reblog

The Storm. I am reblogging this because of a very important point in the body of it: “We have a tendency to believe that the storms we face in life, come when we are operating outside of God’s will. However, … Continue reading

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The Free car . . .

Imagine if you will.  You are sitting on your porch enjoying a cool breeze on the hot summer day.  There are kids playing stick-ball in the street.  One neighbor is out playing with their dog.  Another neighbor is out working on … Continue reading

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