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High-Volume with a Dangerous Distortion

How dubious it must have been for those first Palm Sunday observers. Some recollected the stories of Alexander in a previous generation on this same road. Busephalus surrounded by shining shields and glistening swords proudly carrying his master king in to … Continue reading

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Lighthouse Encounters of a Third Kind

I wish I could say that it is not often my pastor can throw one at me that catches me fully off-guard, but that would be basking in what I’ve not to offer. I would wrongly think that my love … Continue reading

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Why a Story?

My coworker met me upon my arrival at the ranch with a dilemma, “Slick Willie has a light on in the dash.” I inquired, “What is the light telling you?” He responded, “I have no clue. It’s just a funky … Continue reading

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What Became of the Story?

The church’s hold on the Jewish sense of the scriptural story was hard to maintain. N.T. Wright At quick glance, this author’s remark probably means little to you, so much, you may be tempted to hit the back button about … Continue reading

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How Did Jesus Interpret the Old Testament?

“You have heard it said… but I say…” Twenty-four hours; one day; the simple waiting of the sun to set once more, and all would have been different. But Jesus didn’t wait. Matter being, he instigated a big ordeal. The scene opens with … Continue reading

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