Daily Archives: April 7, 2010

Catholics and Romans 13

In a recent conversation with a Lutheran pastor here in Milton, Florida we discussed the nature of the Roman Catholic revelations of abuse in the church,which has been going on for decades. In my mind, the issue boils down to … Continue reading

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The Centrality of the Resurrection

Take Christmas away, and in biblical terms you lose two chapters at the front of Matthew and Luke, nothing else. Take Easter away, and you don’t have a New Testament; you don’t have Christianity; as Paul says, you are still … Continue reading

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Dazzling Apparel in Luke 24

Notice that the angels are in dazzling apparel. When we speak in creation terms we usually say that out of nothing, nothing comes. Assuming a naturalistic view point, we could say that out of darkness, darkness comes. But the reality … Continue reading

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