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Five-year-old theologians sometimes get right to the heart of the matter. This little gem came on the way home from school. (The wording isn’t exact, but close enough….) “Dad, my friends were talking about which superhero is the best. I … Continue reading
God, in His mercy, knew that human faith is weak, and He gave us things that make it easier to believe. Continue reading
Bill, who is probably much more aware of death than most of us, has been writing about death. Continue reading
This particular way of translating the Greek word emphasises a blessed and poignant truth for believers. Continue reading
As we look at the events of “Passion Tuesday,” the Tuesday before Christ’s crucifixion, we come now to the “question” of the Sadducees about the resurrection of the dead. It wasn’t really a question — these men considered themselves the … Continue reading
We can’t go to Heaven the way we are. I Corinthians 15:50 Now this I say, brethren, that flesh and blood cannot inherit the kingdom of God; neither doth corruption inherit incorruption. Death is an enemy. But by God’s grace, … Continue reading