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- This Is Your Brain on Coffee
- Book Review: Sermons on the Beatitudes by John Calvin
- Mark Driscoll answers Common Questions about the Spiritual Gifts
- Bible-burning Egyptian Muslim jailed for 11 Years
- On Fatherhood
- Liturgy as Choreography: An Approach to Sabbath Keeping
- Book Review: Manhood Restored by Eric Mason
- Eric Manson on Fatherhood
- Southern Baptists and Calvinism
- Fred Luter Re-elected to Second Term as Southern Baptist Covention President
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Category Archives: Miscellanies
“That our idea of God corresponds as nearly as possible to the true being of God is of immense importance to us. Compared with our actual thoughts about Him, our creedal statements are of little consequence. Our real idea of … Continue reading
To date, 51 are dead, which includes 7 children. Many more are still missing. For the people of Moore, Oklahoma, loss is real. There is unspeakable grief. And there is that pain of uncertainty. Oklahoma is prone to tornadoes. In … Continue reading
“On Monday, two stories captivated the sports world: pro basketball player Jason Collins came out as gay, and the outspoken Christian quarterback Tim Tebow was cut from the New York Jets. One man belatedly discovered the value in being true … Continue reading
HT: Josh Harris After all, my name is Thomas.
On the Left. That is my beloved NIV1984 UltraThin Reference Bible, published by Holman Bible Publishers in 1986. I bought it at a used bookstore in Nashville, TN, in the Spring of 2002. I was in college, and for one of … Continue reading
As many of you know, I took about a year off from blogging, and then returned to blogging at a new blog address, thisscroll.wordpress.com. But try as I may, it was not the same. Yes, I had may some new … Continue reading
I’ve just concluded another reading of the book of Job. With every read I’ve come to appreciate it more. The humble acknowledgement of Job in 42:1-6 is an acknowledgement that encompasses us all, that is, if we have truly evaluated ourselves in light … Continue reading
Mr. Zig Ziglar has passed. You know what? He would wish for all of us to be smiling right now. So what’s my fondest memory of this giant among men, as far as motivational speakers go? I was spending a few … Continue reading