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Monthly Archives: March 2017
Paul had a secular skill as a tent maker. That term referred to a wide array of actual products made from heavy fabrics, leather and rope. As you might expect, he could also do sails and ship rigging. In some … Continue reading
I’m not a leader; I’m an elder. I don’t lead; I provide moral covering. You’ll find plenty of biblical references to the symbol of “covering for sins.” It goes all the way back to the Garden of Eden and the … Continue reading
This is a rough day for me with pretty harsh symptoms from a cold virus. I’ve been careful and proactive because of my personal history with such things, so I’m not feeling dead or wishing I were. Still, I’m dozing … Continue reading
See the bigger picture. Consider Romans 9:14-24 and Jeremiah 18. God is the Potter; His plans and motives are inscrutable to us. But His moral character is fully revealed. If we see that a country is not obeying the Covenant … Continue reading
The question is always the same whether it’s politics or war: Cui bono? If your dream is to destroy a moral evil on the earth, take away the profit. I hear activists talking about the need to stop this or … Continue reading