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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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Perishing Without Vision

Proverbs 29:18 “Where there is no vision, the people perish: but he that keepeth the law, happy is he.” This verse also gets “used and abused.” Continue reading

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Flawed Reasons to Abandon Christmas — #2 “It is Pagan/Catholic!”

The “asking no question” statement entirely discredits the importance of pagan origins. Pagan / idolatrous origins simply isn’t something we need to know. Continue reading

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A Koala is Just a Koala

Sometimes a Koala is just a Koala, and a cigar is just a cigar, and a verse is just what it says. Continue reading

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The Sufficiency of Scripture — All We Need

We shouldn’t be looking for extra revelations from God around every corner and under every tree, nor expecting to hear the voice of God embedded in every feeling and personal experience. If the Scriptures really do give us everything to make us perfect, why are we looking for something more? If God really gave a Book that good, why do we expect Him to add to it? Continue reading

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The Sufficiency of Scripture (part three) — a Finished Work

If God has finished giving us the Scriptures, then we know that they are completely sufficient for everything we need to know, believe, and do to be in fellowship with Him. Continue reading

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The Sufficiency of Scripture (part two) — Sufficient for Purity

“That Book in Your Hand” There are many moral “authorities” in the world today.  Whether it be that “I feel” that something is right or wrong, or “I think” it is moral, or “a minister said” something is ok, or … Continue reading

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