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Who Are We, and What Are We About? (part 2)

In my last posting I reflected on an important question for the church (not just individual Christians) to think about: “Who are we and what are we about?” We looked at Scripture to get a glimpse of who the Bible says … Continue reading

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Never despise the day of small things — Zechariah 4-6

Zechariah continues to use symbols and metaphors in his apocalyptic book. Almost every new section uses a new symbol: the menorah for light of the Lord, olive trees for fruitfulness, a personification of Wickedness taken away to Babylon, etc. But … Continue reading

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A divine romance — Isaiah 62-64

I was slightly amused a few years ago, when reading a Biblical Archaeology Review. Many of the writers for the magazine and archaeologists working in Israel are not believers. Often they are Israeli academics who are mostly irreligious and not … Continue reading

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