Tag Archives: Bible study

5 Easy Steps to Reading the Bible Literally

If you haven’t done the above, you’ve never read the Bible literally. You can still read it literarily, which is much better.

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The Patriarchist’s Guide to Studying the Women of the Bible

*** This list isn’t far off the mark. See: Silencing Women – the guaranteed way for men to stay in control. ***

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Why the internet is wearing me down, and what I’m doing about it

Sarah Beals posted today an insightful reflection on the influence the internet has been having on her. It’s personal and yet I found myself nodding along in agreement. She closes with resources and tips for finding ways to be built … Continue reading

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Eating 100 Year Old Food Can Be Tastier Than You Might Think

[From the archives.] *** A few years ago my wife and I had the privilege to be in a Bible study with a number of older people. You know what goes with Bible study and older people? Food. But not … Continue reading

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Top 10 Books of the Last 50 Years!

[From the archives.] *** Have you seen this graph? What a great way to depict the most-read books of the last 50 years. I was expecting to see the Bible at number one, but look at that margin! And I … Continue reading

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Mark Driscoll Smacks Down Rebellious Evangelicals!

Mark Driscoll, pastor of Mars Hill Church, recently read his congregation the opening lines of Ephesians 5:22-33 and then stopped to interject: “What does that mean in the Greek, Pastor Mark?” You can always tell a rebellious Evangelical. They do word studies. … Continue reading

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I Read Reference Books For Fun (Hey, stop judging me!)

[I place all blame responsibility for this post on Anne Bogel, since the topic came up in a comment over at  Modern Mrs. Darcy.] *** I like to read. A show of hands, please, for those who are like-minded. I like … Continue reading

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We need a lot less Bible study …. and a lot more Bible action!

[Unklee from Down Under has a great blog going at the Way?.I hope you enjoy this taste of what he has to offer, and that you’ll head on over to his place to continue reading the series on Bible reading … Continue reading

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100 Year Old Recipes

A few years ago my wife and I had the privilege to be in a Bible study with a number of older people. You know what goes with Bible study and older people? Food. But not the type that comes … Continue reading

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My Wife Swiped My Devotions – a review of Keri Wyatt Kent’s Deeply Loved: 40 Ways in 40 Days to Experience the Heart of Jesus

Keri Wyatt Kent asked me to take a look at her book Deeply Loved: 40 Ways in 40 Days to Experience the Hear of Jesus, and I looked forward to its arrival in the mail. The day it came, I … Continue reading

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