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One of the rationalizations that homosexuals use for their sin is, “If homosexuality is a sin, why didn’t Jesus preach against it?” The implication of this question is that all those Bible passages that condemn homosexuality aren’t as perfectly divine … Continue reading
The Old Testament Law series (post #4) This post will finish up our short series on the Old Testament law. I make no claims that the series has been particularly thorough, but I trust that I’ve at least provided some … Continue reading
Okay, quick, name the worst judgment that God ever inflicted upon someone. Noah’s flood? That one certainly involved the most deaths, but once it began the fatalities didn’t have to experience it for long. Fire and brimstone raining down upon … Continue reading
“The Lord is good to all…” Psalm 145:9 “…No one is good but One, that is, God…” Matthew 19:17 With this post I’ll finish up my series “Is God Good All the Time?” In the first post, I explained why … Continue reading
“Oh, taste and see that the Lord is good…” Psalm 34:8 “You are good, and do good…” Psalm 119:68 “Oh, give thanks to the Lord, for He is good!…” Psalm 107:1 Tonya and I had been married approximately one year … Continue reading
When I was young, let’s say ten years old or so, I spent a lot of summer days with my cousins, the Bennetts (Darrell, Susie, Billy, and Roger). Since both my parents worked, I didn’t have anyone to chaperone me … Continue reading