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I’ve made brief references to the death penalty on this blog, but never put together a clear presentation of Biblical teaching on the subject. That was remiss on my part — in general, clear teaching should come before brief comments. … Continue reading
When you don’t rely on God’s revealed truth, but instead make yourself the only authority for your own evidence-immune theory, you epitomise Self-Reliance. Continue reading
Welcome to the manuscript version of the sinner’s excuse! “Sure, I’m bad, but no worse than the guy next door.” Continue reading
I do care about textual critics, either intentionally or accidentally, using naturalistic evolutionary philosophies in their evaluations when they try to tell us which words are the ones God gave us. Continue reading
It would be better to drop the “oldest and best” terminology. At best, it is confusing. “Old” only matters if it is one of the “best,” so it would be better to just say “best” and leave it at that. Continue reading