Tag Archives: Word of God

Banning Books Never Accomplished Anything

[An archived post for Banned Books Week.] This is Banned Books Week, which: …  highlights the value of free and open access to information. Banned Books Week brings together the entire book community – librarians, booksellers, publishers, journalists, teachers, and … Continue reading

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One Word and It’s Over

The Game Is Hopeless It’s football season in America, and I’d like you to imagine a game for me. The two teams take the field and it soon becomes apparent they are decidedly mismatched. While one team is running up … Continue reading

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Book Banning Hasn’t Accomplished Anything For Six Hundred Years

This is Banned Books Week, described as: … an annual event celebrating the freedom to read. Typically held during the last week of September, it highlights the value of free and open access to information. Banned Books Week brings together the … Continue reading

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Putting a Coat of Wax on False Bible Teaching

[From the archives.] False Etymologies Sometimes people can use a word’s origin to help us understand spiritual matters. Like you’ll be hearing a sermon and they tell you, “In Isaiah 7:14, the original Hebrew word ‘Immanuel’ means ‘God with us.’” Of … Continue reading

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What the Book of Revelation Really means

The Book of Revelation stumps people. You can read it over and over again and still walk away wondering, “Lampstands, bowls, trumpets, trees … what?” At least that’s what I’d end up asking myself. But I’ve found at least three … Continue reading

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Books – the Ultimate Weapons of Mass Instruction

I wrote about the Second Amendment the other day and Tuija (who blogs at Read, Go, Adventure) commented with a link to a photograph that gives a whole new meaning to the phrase the pen is mightier than the sword.: … Continue reading

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