Daily Archives: August 14, 2007

Matthew’s imagery in the Old

Matthew’s imagery in the Olivet Discourse clearly resembles the imagery of the Old Testament. In II Samuel 12:11-12 we read: He rode on a cherub and flew; he was seen on the wings of the wind. He made darkness around … Continue reading

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Gastonia had a poll…

Gastonia, the great European country…oh wait, it is actually a town in North Carolina had a straw poll. And the winner is…

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Matthew’s imagery in the Old Testament

Matthew’s imagery in the Olivet Discourse clearly resembles the imagery of the Old Testament.  In II Samuel 12:11-12 we read: He rode on a cherub and flew; he was seen on the wings of the wind. He made darkness around … Continue reading

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What’s coming?

I will be teaching once again this Sunday at New Life on: The Wrath of God. If anyone is looking for a PCA church in the Clermont area, please visit us. Our Sunday School starts at 9:15AM and our morning … Continue reading

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Seminarian’s humor…

After three years in seminary, I have noticed that what appears to be humorous to me, is generally not humorous to others. Two examples of this will suffice: Recently, as I was working on shelving some books at the bookstore, … Continue reading

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links for 2007-08-14

Crooks and Liars BREAKING: KARL ROVE RESIGNS Good-Bye, farewell Rove. (tags: Politics) Corrigenda Denuo: Presbyterians & liturgy – Part VII Jeff Meyers continue his great series. (tags: Liturgy)

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