Monthly Archives: November 2008

Oh, for the love of potty…

Last weekend we planned a blitzkreig of sorts on our middle daughter’s diapers. The strategy was simple, take diapers off, put big girl panties on, deal with a few messes and then “viola” no more diapers. We are still buying … Continue reading

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Jn. 18-19: reflections

This week in many respects is the culmination of all that we’ve been reading thus far. We have read of Jesus pre-existence as the Word that was with God in the beginning take on flesh (Jn. 1:1,14). We have read … Continue reading

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angry driver

Road rage is not something I have seen or been a participant in for a while, until this morning. I was passing a parked semi truck on the side of the road, following a minivan around him, when an on … Continue reading

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Behold the man

I will be writing more later about John 18-19, but initally I am blown away at how carefully the author of the Fourth Gospel presents Jesus as the King and how the author uses irony all through his narrative to … Continue reading

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family, School, and Politics.

Today my wife began a new job as a temp. hire but with the possibility of future full time status. We have been praying for weeks that God would open a door of employment, and he has. We have had … Continue reading

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2:13-25 Exegesis Prospectus

EXEGESIS PROSPECTUS JOHN 2:13-25 “13 When it was almost time for the Jewish Passover, Jesus went up to Jerusalem. 14 In the temple courts he found men selling cattle, sheep and doves, and others sitting at tables exchanging money. 15 … Continue reading

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John 17:1-26

I would like to point out the significance of this whole section, 13:1-17:26, as what both of our authors have noted as a farewell discourse. I like how both Moloney and Talbert point out, that these farewell speeches close with … Continue reading

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