Tag Archives: Old Covenant

Tithes and Chariots are Both Outdated

Cars aren’t chariots “Your chariot awaits, my lady.” As awkward as I was in High School, I never uttered those words. Of course, the reason it was easy for me to avoid such cheesy lines probably had more to do … Continue reading

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Rejecting the Bible – an interesting way to view scripture and doctrine

I recently interacted with someone on a Facebook forum dedicated to looking at the role of women and men from a biblical basis – that is, the point is to consider what the Bible has to say about women and … Continue reading

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The Cross of Jesus Divides Everything in Two

[Updated from the archives.] *** Stand in the place where you live Now face north Think about direction Wonder why you haven’t before (Stand, lyrics by Michael Stipe, performed by R.E.M.) Goofy dancing aside, this isn’t bad advice (and please … Continue reading

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Christianity’s Easy!

The writer of Ecclesiastes summed up life under the Old Covenant this way: Now all has been heard; here is the conclusion of the matter: Fear God and keep his commandments, for this is the duty of all mankind. For … Continue reading

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