In commenting on Psalm 12:4 John Calvin writes, “It is the utmost height of wickedness for persons to break out into such presumption, that they scruple not to overthrow all law and equity by their arrogant and boasting language; for, in doing this, it is just as if they openly declared war against God Himself.” […]
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In Leviticus 17:10-12 we read of the prohibition against eating blood. God is said to set His face against the person who does this, in fact the person who eats blood will be cut out of the covenant altogether. The reason for this prohibition is that the life of the flesh is in the blood. […]
Not only can Matt Chandler direct air traffic from the ground, he can also preach.
Thinking Biblically About Education is a pithy, and necessary, book. The author, Zachary Garris, doesn’t hold back much in his critique of public (government) education. Garris wishes to tear down the pagan temples in our land and dash to pieces the Baals that Christians worship. This book is a good introduction to the discussion of education […]
My family and I have just returned from a two-week vacation (trip). We traveled more than 4,000 miles in 13 days and God blessed us through it all, no complaints. For you parents reading this, you know that traveling with little children is a bit difficult. Routines are disrupted, schedules are broken, rebellion increases, your […]
In most academic discussions the long-ending of Mark (Mark 16:9-20), as it is called, is rarely seen as a legitimate ending to the Gospel of Mark. I remember in seminary that this portion of Scripture was taken skeptically and many thought it should not be in the Bible. I was once skeptical as well. Having […]