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November 4, 2019

Morality. It’s a word that automatically sounds old fashioned. Some people might find that old-fashioned-ness to be comfortable. Some people might feel that it is stodgy. We haven’t, in our public discourse in this country, talked openly about morality in years– at least, this is how things seem to be. In church, on the other […]

July 9, 2019

I have for a very long time talked about a certain connection I have with rats. It’s not that I like rats; I don’t. I am not really afraid of them, but I don’t have any interest in sharing my home with one, or holding one on a visit to someone else’s home. At the […]

June 20, 2019

I like spring blossoms. It might seem a bit odd to be mentioning them at the end of June, but the fact is, I live in Northern Minnesota. I wasn’t always from here; I was originally taught that April showers bring May flowers. Since moving here, I have come to accept that April and May […]

June 5, 2019

Continuing along my journey as a half-baked scholar, I was recently reading through a history of how God has been described, historically– and one part of it in particular remains particularly interesting, and particularly odd at the same time. A lot of what we say about God, is really saying what He isn’t. Think about […]

May 10, 2019

As I was reviewing material for my upcoming gig teaching Pentateuch at our Bible school, I found myself going over materials relating to the Sabbath. And then I looked up at the calendar, and realized that today is Friday– traditionally, heading into the Sabbath in just a few hours. What? Oh, that’s right. Some Christians […]