Daily Archives: 20 Sep 2019

Pentebabbleist the Fireman Pseudo-prophet At it Again With his Nutbag Ramblings

As time goes on, Mark Taylor‘s prophecies are getting increasingly incoherent. It’s almost as if he needs to convolute his prophecies more and more so it’s more difficult to point out the fact that they never come true. Either way, we … Continue reading

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Oh Robby, Your God is Too Small…

And someone needs to loan you a Bible- Because Now to him who is able to do far more abundantly than all that we ask or think, according to the power at work within us… Eph 3:20

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Disaster at Union Seminary

Union Seminary recently held a chapel service where its students could apologize to plants for their climate sins. Everything seemed to be going well as seminarians apologized for taking an Uber instead of walking, accidentally eating meat, and basically just … Continue reading

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Christian Commitment: An Observation

After 59 years of life and 38 years of ministry I can now safely conclude that most people simply could not care less if the church existed or not.

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Christians and ‘Tithing’

Tithing is where you give your money to the church; not where you spend your money on things for the church and call it a tithe. If you buy something for the church, that’s called an offering. And if you … Continue reading

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Calvin on the Mystery of the Divine Will

These, he says, are the mighty works of the Lord, perfected to his desires, and so wisely perfected that, when the angelic and human creation had sinned, that is had done not what God willed but what it itself willed, … Continue reading

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That Face You Make When You’ve Been Called to the Pastorate…

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Happy 119th Birth-iversary, Joachim Jeremias

Joachim Jeremias was born on 20 September, 1900.  He is probably best known for his work on the Parables of Jesus and his book, Jerusalem in the Time of Jesus as well as his ‘Unknown Sayings of Jesus‘.  But he … Continue reading

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