Yesterday in church, I was following along in the text for the sermon. I carry my ESV compact bible to read in church. As I was reading, I noticed something strange in the inner margin. It appears to be Chinese characters. I’ve never seen this before–anyone have any idea why these are here? Is this… Continue reading Strange Text
If you’re “making the Bible relevant,” then change your name to “the Holy Spirit.” Αυτω η δοξα
I was asked at church this week about the napkin mentioned in John (20:7), namely if there were any significance to it being folded. I knew where this was going because I’ve heard/read of this before. Basically it is said that the folded napkin in the tomb finds parallel in the Jewish master/servant relationship. Supposedly… Continue reading Jesus and the Napkin
… for at least for the last couple of weeks. I’ve been reading, writing, Andrew had his tonsils out, and I’ve not had much to say. There–silence broken. Αυτω η δοξα
Αυτω η δοξα
So, I did it–I drank the kool aid, swallowed the hook, etc, and joined Twitter. Why, you ask? For one reason–to boost my entries in various publisher and band giveaways. I’ll follow a few friends and family, but I couldn’t care less what celebrities and athletes (most of whom are genuine twits) have to say,… Continue reading I’m a Twit(terer)
I don’t mind dressing up a bit for Sunday morning service. I don the requisite suit, button-up shirt, and neck tie and have been for years. Sunday nights are much more casual–nice blue jeans, button-up shirt, and non-tennis shoes. However, I’ve entertained the notion lately of leaving the neckties in the closet, at least for… Continue reading Just the evidence I needed!