Author Archives: Jon Gleason

About Jon Gleason

Pastor of Free Baptist Church of Glenrothes

Evangelicals, Donald Trump, and Making America Great

In my last post, I discussed how Donald Trump had twisted the Scripture for false political purposes, and stated that Christians should not be drawn into this way of thinking.  One comment noted that many evangelical Christians in America support … Continue reading

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Donald Trump’s Blasphemous Vengeance

I discussed this very briefly a week ago Sunday, but not everyone was present, so I thought I would mention it here, and perhaps elaborate a little more. I don’t spend a lot of time on politics in the meetings … Continue reading

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Catechism For the Christian View of Mathematics

In my last post (Mr Z and the Christian View of Mathematics), I told how my high school maths teacher, Mr Larry Zimmerman, taught us to see mathematics as it is, one of the ways God revealed different attributes of … Continue reading

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Mr Z and the Christian View of Mathematics

My maths teacher (“math teacher” for those across the pond 🙂 ), Larry Zimmerman, passed on to glory recently. The best teachers seem to have this wonderful ability to make you fear them and love them at the same time. … Continue reading

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God’s Grace in Numbers 15

Many people might just skip this chapter, and if they do, they might miss something that really is pretty wonderful. Continue reading

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“See the Tender Lamb Appears….”

“See the Tender Lamb appears, Promised from eternal years”

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Churchill’s Forlorn Hope — No Peace in Our Time

I composed most of this blog post on Friday, before the terrible atrocities in Paris.  It seems even more, as our hearts are again torn by tragedy, that now is the time to post it, to understand why peace always … Continue reading

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