Monthly Archives: April 2013

Mark Driscoll Smacks Down Rebellious Evangelicals!

Mark Driscoll, pastor of Mars Hill Church, recently read his congregation the opening lines of Ephesians 5:22-33 and then stopped to interject: “What does that mean in the Greek, Pastor Mark?” You can always tell a rebellious Evangelical. They do word studies. … Continue reading

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R.C. Sproul Denies the Existence of God!

I was reading R.S. Sproul’s monograph on the doctrine of the Trinity and found that he categorically denies the existence of God. It’s right there on page 49. He didn’t say there is no God, of course. Only a fool … Continue reading

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Saturday Quotable – light at the end of the tunnel edition

Time and hour outrun the longest day. Penelope Wilcock

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Called to the Principal’s Office! Yikes!

[I first wrote this as a guest post for Kim Kirby’s Kingdom Civics. You should check out her archives, because she has some great articles in there!] A Call from the Principal Years ago I got an unexpected call at work … Continue reading

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The Gospel According To Stuart Little

Over at Little House on the Circle, Jeannie Prinsen recently provided a wonderful excerpt from E.B. White’s Stuart Little, where Stuart meets a telephone lineman who talks of his many years on the road, the miles he’s traveled and all he’s found, including “fields … Continue reading

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Biblical Womanhood Is Nothing (And Neither Is Biblical Manhood)

Biblical Womanhood is a loaded phrase. Some people think it means a woman like this and others this woman. Biblical Manhood is like that too, causing some people to think of this guy and others to think of this one. … Continue reading

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How Much is a Million Thousand Billion Kajillion?

We had Messionary Me’s four kids with us last weekend – ages 2, 5, 8 and 11 – from Friday afternoon to Sunday afternoon. What did Messionary Me do without her kids around? You’ll have to wait for her to write … Continue reading

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Lawrence of Arabia – not a single camel went through the eye of a needle

[Gloria Furman and I wrote back and forth a bit on Mark 10:25 as a subject for a post and she said, “This is my big chance to write about some reflections on the anatomy of camels and what it would … Continue reading

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Wanted Dead … or Alive? – let’s take a vote

[Recent event brought these issues to mind, but this post is not specifically about recent events. I express no opinion on what has happened this past week, nor about the present state of affairs. This post merely brings up recurring … Continue reading

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Too Good to be True – a mouthful of lies!

[This first appeared as a guest post last year at Leslie Keeney’s great blog, The Ruthless Monk. Seriously, go check out her awesome writing on doctrine and apologetics!] “Vengeance is mine,” sayeth the Dentist I read a news article the … Continue reading

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