Category Archives: Blog Housekeeping

A Brief Note About Comments

I’ve just added the following to the comment policy, but since my regular readers probably don’t check that every day, 🙂 I wanted to draw your attention to it. NOTE: If your comment does not appear within a day or … Continue reading

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Crucifixion Tuesday – Summary

The Tuesday Before the Crucifixion This is a summary of a series of posts on “Passion Tuesday” — the Tuesday before our Lord’s crucifixion. Why “Passion Week”? — Explaining why Christians use the term “Passion Week” and why I’m saying … Continue reading

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The Genealogies of Christ – Summary

The Genealogies of Christ This is a summary (for the sidebar menu) of a series of posts on the genealogies of Christ in Matthew and Luke, and some related aspects of the Biblical record, particularly around the time of the … Continue reading

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The Inspiration of Scripture — Summary

This is a summary (for the menu) of a series of posts on the meaning of the Greek word theopneustos (translated “given by inspiration of God”) in II Timothy 3:16.  It is part of a much longer series on Bibliology … Continue reading

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Christmas and Christians — Summary

This is a summary (for the menu) of five posts on whether Christians can rightly celebrate Christmas, addressing some arguments often used.  Some arguments have better Biblical basis than others.  I’ve also included links to a few other related articles. … Continue reading

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Printing Note

At the bottom of each article, there is now a Print & PDF button, which you can use to print or create a PDF. Continue reading

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“The Oldest and Best Manuscripts”? — Summary

This is a summary (for the menu) of a series of posts on a common phrase in modern Christian literature — “The oldest and best manuscripts say.”  (This wording is also in the margin or study notes of many Bibles … Continue reading

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