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Honouring and Opposing our Leaders

Denny Burk has a great article reflecting on his attitudes towards the outcome of the presidential elections. For those who are disappointed with Obama being reelected, particularly because of his stances on abortion, marriage and religious freedom, I think Burk nails the deeper issue right on the head when he says:

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So Paul Didn’t Write Colossians?

Paul, an apostle of Christ Jesus by the will of God (Col 1:1)

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The Lord’s Supper

Read my introduction to the book here.

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Is The Book of Job a Chiasm?

I was studying Job a few months ago in the hopes of teaching a class on it but the Lord had other plans. During that time I posted a chiasm from Job 1 and hoped to share some more throughout my studies. With my studies are on hold, most of my ideas for Job have to follow also, but here’s a freebie that I intended to share a while ago.

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Michael Kruger’s Lectures on the Canon of Scripture

I just finished listening to these wonderful lectures on the New Testament canon of Scripture and would recommend them to anyone. The middle lectures were particularly fantastic. If you think that questions regarding the canon basically consist of, “how do we know that we have the right books of the Bible?” or “who decided on the canon?” then you’ll be surprised by the depth of insight that Kruger brings the topic.

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New City Catechism

Catechism is a word that meant nothing for me.. I think my only mind-association with it was Roman Catholicism (and that it sounded painful!). Recently I discovered what catechism is. A quick google search can say it better than me:

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