Monthly Archives: July 2006

PodCast Mania

I must confess that downloading Podcast is my newest addiction. I have a list of at least three of them that I listen to almost daily. Whether it be during my workout or during work, it is in my estimation … Continue reading

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End-Times Madness

John Hagee It was Gary Demar who long ago delivered me from the oppressive system called Dispensationalism. Demar’s book entitled Last Days Madness was well researched and presented a strong exegetical case refuting modern eschatological hysteria. But recently even Catholics, … Continue reading

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Portraying Evil

Evil Proves the Existence of God! This was the title of a book shown deliberately in a movie. In the last several years there have been a proliferation of horror movies with the intention of attracting a larger public into … Continue reading

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Quote, Justin Martyr on the Eucharist

As the human is in Christ, so bread is in the Eucharist: But the human nature in Christ is whole and perfect: Therefore the nature of bread in the Eucharist is perfect.

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Fanatics of the present day disregard Baptism and the Lord’s Supper and consider them childish elements. They can not do so without at the same time neglecting the whole Gospel; for we must not separate those things which the Lord … Continue reading

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The Presbyterian Church in Brazil

I was pleased to hear through Derek Thomas–via a Brazilian pastor–that the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church of Brazil (IPB) passed a motion, by a good majority, to sever ties with the World Alliance of Reformed Churches (WARC). He … Continue reading

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On The Sabbath Day

This Sabbath is to be kept holy unto the Lord when men, after a due preparing of their hearts, and ordering of their common affairs beforehand, do not only observe an holy rest all the day from their own works, … Continue reading

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Preaching and sacraments!

I will be making a few generalizations in this blog, and hopefully the larger context of friends will not be too highly offended. Now that I am World Cup free I am able to concentrate a bit more on some … Continue reading

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Viva Italia!!!

I am finally back to reality. I will be auditing a Greek class starting this next Monday and classes are only a month away. As for my World Cup prediction, I was correct! After Brazil’s embarrassing defeat to France (Brazil’s … Continue reading

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Seeds or Weeds?

Why continue to listen to Rushdoony? How do you get vegetables out of your garden? By planting vegetables, of course. This is a fact almost too obvious to mention, except for the fact that most people seem to have forgotten … Continue reading

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Italy x France – A European Champion

Ronaldo didn’t shine and the French are back in a final after 12 years.

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Italy closer to a fourth title…

For the first time since 1978 the World Cup will not have Germany nor Brazil in a final. Today the Italians defeated the Germans by 2×0 in the second half of extra time. By defeating the hosts, Italy will return … Continue reading

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Soccer, Magic, and Critics

I don’t need to waste my precious time responding extensively to soccer critics, because frankly these guys are probably obese bloggers who are struggling at this moment to get up out of their computer chairs. Some of them say soccer … Continue reading

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Independence Day: Joy or Sorrow?

Happy 4th of July to all American citizens, and lest I forget, happy independence day to all illegal immigrants here. After all, each one of you is enjoying the same benefits any American citizen enjoys. How can there be joy … Continue reading

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The Dream is Over!

French Upsets Brazil…

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