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Putting Jesus to The Test
This week we see part one of a two-part blog posting. Here, we will examine the question Jesus is asked, and next week we will study his answer to that question. In the Gospel of Luke, we find the account of a contentious interaction between Jesus and an expert in the Law. I think it…
Damon J. Gray,
Putting Jesus to The Test - Damon J. Gray
This week we see part one of a two-part blog posting. Here, we will examine the question Jesus is asked, and next week we will study his answer to that question. In the Gospel of Luke, we find the account of a contentious interaction between Jesus and an expert in the Law. I think it…
Damon J. Gray,
No Other Jesus
Everyone who goes on ahead and does not abide in the teaching of Christ, does not have God. Whoever abides in the teaching has both the Father and the Son. If anyone comes to you and does not bring…
Chrys Jones,
He Put the Ocean in the Shells
We’ve all listened. We put our ears to a sea shell so we could hear the ocean. Of course, what we really heard is the resonance of the…
Stephen De La Vega,
A Heartfelt Response to “The Shock Factor”
Okay. Wow. I admit I am shaking. It’s been a long time since I’ve felt so strongly the urge to lash out, but thank goodness a verse I read in Proverbs this morning flashed in my mind…
Vickie Munton,
Maintaining Balanced Theology
“Everyone’s a theologian.” This common expression rightly conveys that all people think thoughts and express ideas that would be considered “theological.” Rather than theology being something that only occurs in academic institutions or during formal church services, anytime someone expresses an idea about God or his relationship to the world, that would be considered theology. This is why I believe that theology is best defined as “discourse concerning God.” According to this definition, any...
Cole Feix,
Three in One
After witnessing a discussion on Facebook the other day, and noticing the struggle everyone had in trying to convince the original post…
Russ Sharrock,
Zechariah’s vision of God’s reign  (Zechariah 14:4-21)
A restructure is common when a new leader takes office. Zechariah’s final chapter envisions a restructure of creation as it comes under divine sovereignty. The heart of the chapter is this: The Lord will be king over the whole earth (14:9). And changing the king changes the kingdom. In an...
Allen Browne,
Zechariah’s vision of God’s reign (Zechariah 14:4-21)
The Lord will be king over the whole earth (Zechariah 14:9) A restructure is common when a new leader takes office. Zechariah’s final chapter envisions a restructure of creation as it comes under divine sovereignty. The heart of the chapter is this:TheLordwill be king over the whole earth(14:9). And changing the king changes the kingdom.
Allen Browne,
Three in One
After witnessing a discussion on Facebook the other day, and noticing the struggle everyone had in trying to convince the original post...
Russ Sharrock,

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