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Monthly Archive: January 2010

Jan 31 2010

Sunday Morning Sermon – Atonement I

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I have listened to the following and highly recommend that you listen.  It is presented by Bob DeWaay and Dick Kuffel which was broadcast on August 7, 2006.  This is a two part series.  I will post the second part next week. The link to the site is at Critical Issues Commentary if you would …

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Jan 30 2010

Recommend – Jonathan Settel

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I thought I would do something a little different this Saturday.  I wanted to recommend one of my favorite Christian performers – well, it’s a little bit different.  Jonathan Settel is a Messianic worship performer.  He is a Jewish believer that names Christ as his Lord and his worship music reflect his Jewish roots.  The …

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Jan 29 2010

Muslim accepts Christ live on the air

This is in Arabic but is subtitled in English.   It really was unbelievable.  For those of you that do not know the Arabic culture, this was a BIG deal.  It can be very dangerous for folks.  The Saudia Arabian man coming to the Lord has been struggling with this for a mere two weeks after …

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Jan 28 2010

What is Theology?

God's revelation to mankind through His Word

When I first came to faith, theology was a term that was somewhat intimidating to me.  It was something that, in my mind, was limited to pastors, bible colleges and those that wrote Christian commentaries.  Us “lay people” did not have the training.  How silly of me.  Taking that position, I gave up all responsibility …

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Jan 27 2010

Acts of Penance and Self-Flagellation

Acts of Penance - Self-Beating with a whip

Many years ago, I lived in a middle-eastern country where during a particular religious holiday (Ashura), people would go out into the streets and mourn over the death of their prophet Mohammed’s grandson.  There were a large number of foreigners living in that country, Americans, British, German, among others.  Foreigners would stay in their homes …

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