Tag Archives: Faith

“Thankful the Future is Veiled”

Years ago, as a boy, I remember watching a really, really dumb television show in which, through “magic,” a man came into possession of the next day’s newspaper.  He took advantage of it to go to the horse races and … Continue reading

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The Bible — It Rings True

A friend sent me a question.  It was a good question, an honest question, and one from which we, as Christians, should not shy away.  He was asking how we know the Bible is what it claims to be. A comment … Continue reading

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Bound to Give Thanks!

II Thessalonians 1:3-4 3 We are bound to thank God always for you, brethren, as it is meet, because that your faith groweth exceedingly, and the charity of every one of you all toward each other aboundeth; 4 So that … Continue reading

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Sanctification on Display?

Pastor Brian Morgan said this in a comment on my post yesterday: Our progress of sanctification is not illustrated by our position on this matter. But how we treat others who might disagree with us may indeed be illustrative! How … Continue reading

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The Bible — Not Like Archaeology — Always True, Always Reliable

We weigh the story we think the stones are telling us by the Book, not the other way around. Continue reading

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Biblical Archaeology — Always True, Not Always Reliable

The truth of the Bible remains, as it always has been, a question of faith. Continue reading

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Christians Voting, Guessing the Future, and Faith

If the vote tomorrow is Yes, we will know God did it. If the vote is No, we will know God did it. Continue reading

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