Hebrews 6:17-7:10

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A verse by verse study of the book of Hebrews. IV     The Great Work of Jesus (5:11-10:39)     A     Preliminary Exhortation (5:11 6:20)         1    You are still infants (5:11-14)         2    Go on to Maturity (6:1-3)         3    Impossible to renew (6:4-6)         4    Analogy – Good and [...]

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Hebrews 6:10-16

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A verse by verse study of the book of Hebrews. IV     The Great Work of Jesus (5:11-10:39)     A     Preliminary Exhortation (5:11 6:20)         1    You are still infants (5:11-14)         2    Go on to Maturity (6:1-3)         3    Impossible to renew (6:4-6)         4    Analogy – Good and [...]

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The Truth in an Unscripted Moment

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One of the problems with modern conventions is that they are so scripted and staged that there is an air of artificiality.  This is not necessarily bad, but it makes judging a party somewhat like judging someone based on a first date.  You know that they are putting on their best face, and there is [...]

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ObamaCare and Our Duty to God II

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In a reply to my last post, Robert Cornwall raised a number of issues.   We are probably in general agreement on the “what” of our duty to those in need and our main difference is on the “How.”  My main point was that our duty to those in need is not a valid reason to [...]

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ObamaCare and Our Duty to God

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Robert Cornwall’s, blog post on the health care ruling saw it as a positive because of the effects of the bill itself. While I disagree profoundly on the effects of the bill, (I think it will be disastrous for health care in the country, will result in more, not less, people without health insurance, and [...]

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How can Christians be Conservative?

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As I mentioned last time, the wife of a liberal friend of mine recently asked some sincere questions trying to understand Conservatives.  Here I will address the more religiously oriented questions, though they all still have a strong political component. In general she was basically asking, how a sincere Christian could be a Conservative. Before [...]

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A Review of Richard Dawkins' The God Delusion Part XI

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Listen to the MP3 Nov 9, 2007, Wausau, Wi —  Last time in my review of Richard Dawkins’, “The God Delusion” I looked at the flaws in the first three point of what Dawkins calls “the central argument of my book.”  Again, he summarizes this argument in the following six points: 1 – The appearance of [...]

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A Review of Richard Dawkins' The God Delusion Part X

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Listen to the MP3 Nov 2, 2007, Wausau, Wi—In this installment of my review of Richard Dawkins’, “The God Delusion” I come to what Dawkins calls “the central argument” of his book. About this argument he claims that if it “is accepted, the factual premise of religion – the God Hypothesis – is untenable. God [...]

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A Review of Richard Dawkins' The God Delusion Part IX

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Listen to the MP3 Oct 26, 2007, Wausau, Wi —  In the last installment of my review of Richard Dawkins’, “The God Delusion” I looked at Dawkins’ attempted refutation of Aquinas arguments for the existence of God how some of the recent discoveries in science have put atheists like Dawkins in paradox when it comes to [...]

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A Review of Richard Dawkins' The God Delusion Part VIII

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Listen to the MP3 Oct 19, 2007, Wausau, Wi — In the last installment of my review of Richard Dawkins’, “The God Delusion” I looked at some of the problems in Dawkins’ attempted refutation of Aquinas’ arguments for the existence of God, or at least the lead up to his main argument. To recap, Aquinas’ first [...]

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