Monthly Archives: March 2015

What a day.

What a day. God is good. All the time. I was up and about early this morning, as Jo eagerly made a beeline out the door to look after her grandson. While checking my emails, I received one from one … Continue reading

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I’m tempted to go argggggghhhh – but, instead I will celebrate.

I was talking to a friend last week who is studying Greek. This person has taken to it like a fish in water. Her comments to me on the subject was that she was is able to easily remember the … Continue reading

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The Importance of Experience.

Henry and Thomas have a fantastic discussion about Scripture and experience. I highly recommend this discussion to you. It’s probably not what you expect. Then again, it may be. Btw, congrats to them both, for the hard work they have been doing in … Continue reading

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We Need More Than The Word of God – We Need God!

When I was younger and fitter, I used to do a fair amount of overnight hiking. I was a member of Boy’s Brigade and the leaders taught me how to read a map and use a compass. I learnt many … Continue reading

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Jezebel – a great something grandmother of Jesus.

Dr. Claude Mariottini makes some very interesting points about the women included in Jesus genealogy. He goes on to make some points about the women not mentioned, who come down his family line. He makes an interesting point that even … Continue reading

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The Fatherhood of God.

Dave Black makes some excellent points in his latest blog post about how Systematic Theologies rarely if ever talk about the Fatherhood of God. They emphasize Jesus and his two natures, the Holy Spirit, the Trinity and God – but, … Continue reading

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Cultural Weirdness.

Joanne and I were talking the other night about the things we consider weird about other cultures. Now, I am the first to admit, that the most of the world think Australia, Australians and our wildlife are weird. Take our … Continue reading

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