Monthly Archives: August 2010

Let them call

Now He was telling them a parable to show that at all times they ought to pray and not to lose heart, saying, “In a certain city there was a judge who did not fear God and did not respect … Continue reading

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Disputable matter?

Update 8/17/2012: I do not think my arguments in this post are strong enough to overcome my arguments in the other two posts on head coverings. I think I was hasty here in concluding that “head coverings must be a … Continue reading

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I have warned in love

I have warned in love I have stepped out in faith I have spoken out I have been willing to look like a fool I have been willing to be thought a boor I have loved my brothers and sisters … Continue reading

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Even Ecclesiastes

Do not be excessively righteous and do not be overly wise. Why should you ruin yourself? Do not be excessively wicked and do not be a fool. Why should you die before your time? It is good that you grasp … Continue reading

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Old Testament exploration questions

I’ve been listening through the Old Testament lately on the drive to work, and there are just some fascinating things about how God worked with His people. I jotted down the things that came to mind and added a few … Continue reading

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What business do I have teaching?

In several of these “issues” posts I teach on points of doctrine. Yet  I am not an ordained elder.  What business do I have teaching these things, then?

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When charity requires strong words

I have employed irony, perhaps sometimes sarcasm, in some of my “issues” writings in the process of making a point. Is this sin on my part?  Doesn’t it violate 1 Corinthians 13 about the way of love?

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