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Monthly Archives: February, 2012

Still More Thoughts on Wolves Hiding Among the Flock

Here is the entirely of 2 Peter 2.  You have to read the whole thing in order to get the “punch line” at the very end.  Go for it, then I have some comments below. 2 Peter 2:1-22 But false prophets also arose among the people, just as there will be false teachers among you, …

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Are You a 3 Monkeys Christian?

Is this old oriental proverb biblical truth?  Hear no evil, see no evil, and speak no evil.  From what we see in the typical evangelical church today, you would think that it is.  “If you can’t say sometihng good about a person, then don’t say anything at all.  Surely you misunderstood what you heard?  No, …

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Learning the Language of Abuser

In a visit to Dr. Morven Baker’s blog, I saw her recommendation of a book by Sandra Scott, Charmers & Con Artists & Their Flip Side.  So, it was off to Amazon to check it out and I found the following “one star” review (most were positive).   I usually read the bad reviews first – …

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Something Stinks Here

I read the following news report today – “Rev. Robert Jeffress, a Dallas Baptist pastor who previously endorsed Texas Gov. Rick Perry (R) for president and ignited controversy last October for calling Mormonism a cult, said he would hold his nose and vote for Mitt Romney if he ends up being the GOP nominee for president. …

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In Christ, Both Men and Women are Sons

Galatians 3:25-29 But now that faith has come, we are no longer under a guardian, (26) for in Christ Jesus you are all sons of God, through faith. (27) For as many of you as were baptized into Christ have put on Christ. (28) There is neither Jew nor Greek, there is neither slave nor …

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Que Sera, Sera?

Que sera, sera – Whatever will be, will be. After Josh Powell hacked and burned his two little boys to death in Washington State recently, I was having a discussion with some acquaintances about the tragedy, incident — pathetic, cowardly act of terrorism.   I was critical of the courts for allowing any visitation, supervised …

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