Tag Archives: Prophecy

Babies, Contact Lenses, and Visions of God

My eyesight started to worsen back in high school, but it wasn’t a big deal. By the time I was in law school, I needed glasses for driving because I couldn’t even make out the eye chart at the DMV. … Continue reading

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The Irony of Jesus’ Birth

[Archived post.] The visit of the Magi occurred after Jesus’ birth, but it points to the significance of God’s promise centuries before that he would one day dwell among his people and be Immanuel, God with us. Therefore the Lord … Continue reading

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Anticipation in Advent – learning from those who waited first

[For Advent: updated from the archives.] Before the birth of Jesus there were those who lived in the anticipation of his coming, people who knew prophecies such as this: “I will shake all nations, and what is desired by all … Continue reading

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Islamophobia Is Not In The Bible

When a person who attended seminary and now pastors a church writes an article advocating Islamophobia, my interest is piqued. Perhaps it’s a satire, I thought, or a thoughtful exploration of people-group phobias and how Christians can overcome them. It … Continue reading

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