Category Archives: Consecration

Faith Unraveled

. I thought salvation [meant] having the right opinions about God and that fighting the good fight of faith [required] defending those opinions at all costs.  I was a fundamentalist because my security and self-worth and sense of purpose in … Continue reading

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Breaking Bad

My friends like to tell one another that I am not really a born again Christian. They think of me more along the lines of that old Jonathan Miller routine: “I’m not really a Jew- I’m Jew-ish.” They think I … Continue reading

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If Jesus came today, would I recognize Him?

I’ve often asked myself that question.  We all know that the religious leaders of Jesus’ time didn’t recognize him as the Messiah and as I’ve been studying the history surrounding Jesus’s ministry, there are two things that strike me as … Continue reading

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Feathers in the Wind

There is an old Jewish proverb that tells of a man who went around slandering his Rabbi to all of his townspeople.  One day, realizing that what he was doing was wrong, he went to the Rabbi’s house and begged … Continue reading

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Mark of the Beast

It also forced all people, great and small, rich and poor, free and slave, to receive a mark on their right hands or on their foreheads, so that they could not buy or sell unless they had the mark, which … Continue reading

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The incredible burden of the old testament law … or …

Whenever I have a conversation with someone about keeping the Old Testament commandments, Christians who don’t keep them (and in many cases haven’t even read them) inevitably start talking about the “burden” of the law, how “impossible” it is to … Continue reading

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What I Want

I went digging through some old articles tonight and came across this one, from the blog Kisses from Katie, written by a woman who left her home in Tennessee when she was just 18 years old to travel to Uganda.  … Continue reading

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