Monthly Archives: June 2006

Pentecost Thought

There are occasions when you feel like kicking yourself for missing something that has been staring you in the face all the time. In the past I have tended to see the relationship between Exodus 32 and the Day of … Continue reading

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How Our Eyes Can Be Blinded By The Lens

This article is for Elbert [HT: Matthew Bartlett].

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24 and the Gospel

But the show [24] works for the same reasons it could have failed. And it is also a great case for expository Bible teaching. While that may sound like a leap, think about it. Expository Bible teaching requires going through … Continue reading

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Why I Don’t Hold To The Doctrine of Limited Atonement

This post was destroyed by the infection of my old blog. This is a recovery of what I think was an earlier version of it. Over the last few days I have written over 15,000 words on the subject of … Continue reading

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