The Day is Finally Here!

Well, today’s the day: my book Names, Nations, and the New Testament has officially been released to all of you! There is no more waiting, and I am pretty excited about it! https://videopress.com/v/xvhQSYrk?preloadContent=metadata Names, Nations, and the New Testament digs into the origins and history of mankind from Creation to Babel, Pentecost to the present, …

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A Story of Encouragement from a Neighbor

When I set out to write today, this isn’t what I had in mind, but I just received a call from a neighbor a few minutes ago. I don’t know her very well. Actually, I know barely anything about her other than 1) she’s my neighbor 2) I know her name 3) she drives a …

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The Face of Christ: Part 3 – The History of Christian Art

In the previous installments of this series, we addressed the foundation for this discussion, the ethnicity of Jesus, and the Gospel message. As always, there is a necessity to understand history, and that is what we will discuss in the following. The last section began that discussion by speaking a little on Jesus' earthly ethnic history concerning …

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A look at a message in the book "Jerusalem Interlude" and how we can apply the lessons of history to our lives today.

Edify

When the right and opportune moment comes for speaking, say something that will edify.Thomas a Kempis To any who has taken a look around my blog or seen the bio in a couple of my social accounts, this quote will look familiar. I like to keep it around and visible. It is a good motto …

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