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Saul’s Blunder

Saul’s Blunder

King Saul did many things wrong. God knew this before hand. In fact, when Israel insisted on having a king like the other nations God gave them a sober warning before he gave them exactly what they were demanding. (1 Samuel 8:10-18) King Saul was God’s punishment for Israel’s rejection of God being king over […]

The Astonishing Teacher

The Astonishing Teacher

Each and every word of Scripture counts. For The Bible is truly none other than the word of God. Consider Jesus’ reply to the Sadducees concerning the truth of the resurrection in Matthew 22:23-33. Sadducees Ask About the Resurrection The same day Sadducees came to him, who say that there is no resurrection, and they […]

Then Came Eagles and Falcons

Then Came Eagles and Falcons

They hurried him to the place of burning and a crown of blasphemy was placed on the prisoner’s head, bearing the words This is an arch-heretic, with illustrations depicting devils tearing his soul apart. Falling to his knees the prisoner prayed repeatedly Into thy hands, O Lord, I commend my spirit. I am willing, he […]

Know Thyself

Know Thyself

Socrates once remarked, What I do not know I do not think I know. In essence, Socrates was saying that he appeared wise because he was simply more aware of his ignorance rather than his wisdom. His emphasis was on the negative, or what’s missing. By many standards Socrates was undoubtedly a genius. However, though […]

The Triune Symphony

The Triune Symphony

The great Princeton theologian B. B. Warfield once remarked that Ephesians 1 should never be read in church: it should always be sung. Indeed this passage is rich in both theology and doxology. What Ephesians 1 is describing is the active engagement of every Person of the Trinity for God’s plan of redemption. Salvation is […]

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