Monthly Archives: April 2005

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I don’t know where to begin. There is much I want to write, but can’t express. The last few days have been anxious days, heart wrenching, and emotional. I want to live a life that reflects the glory of Christ, … Continue reading

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I just finished my paper, the Christology in Hebrews. What a paper! I really enjoyed the articles and the reading in general for such a paper. The semester is winding down, and I need a break. One more writing assignment … Continue reading

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Philippians 2:1-4:3 (Thoughts on community)

Through the style and structure of his letter to the Philippians “communityâ€? or friendship language or fellowship or koinonia is important. Paul’s letter to the Philippians is a personal intimate letter which revels the Apostle’s heart and affection for this … Continue reading

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Beyond my wildest dreams…

Forgive my giddiness, but I hosted a meeting last night after church, an LTC post-convention meeting. I went better than I thought, far better. For much of the pre-convention work, and planning, I felt overwhelmed and could have easily been … Continue reading

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Man attacked by bear again…

Alaskan man attacked by bear again… Read the story here.

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May we not forget…

Mike Cope shared some thoughts today on his blog that I couldn’t help but mention. Let’s join these precious children of God who are going overseas to pray, and seek God’s direction in two very needed mission fields (Rwanda and … Continue reading

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Greek Mystery and Eastern Religions and Gnosticism…

Greek Mystery and Eastern Religions According to Ferguson, the mystery religions…were bound to the traditional civic cult…initiation in a mystery was usually a matter of individual choice – although the initiation ceremony itself was collective, not individual – and so … Continue reading

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