Monthly Archives: August 2010

The Electric Bible

An appendix on a previous post regarding Bible versions. Earlier this summer I was searching on-line for the Keil & Delitzsch commentaries of the Old Testament. I knew I had my books boxed up in the rafters over the garage … Continue reading

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Righteous Lot?

I wrote earlier about man’s perspective of sin. I want to return briefly to that in light of Abraham’s nephew Lot and his move to Sodom and Gomorrah. Recorded in Genesis 13 Lot and Abraham find that their two families … Continue reading

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Translation

Since this blog is about the Word I might as well broach the topic of Bible translations. I believe that the Scriptures are the inerrant Word of God as originally penned by the inspired writers. Throughout history few Christians have … Continue reading

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Reading and Rereading

I’m reading more these days than I have in recent past. When Googling “John Calvin” last week I discovered a blog called “Coffee With Calvin,” by a guy who is reading through Calvin’s “Institutes of the Christian Religion” in one … Continue reading

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Proper Perspective of Sin

Pride can be a good thing. With it you perform your best, not wanting inferior work to make you look bad on a job, in sports, in the arts. However it can be easily prostituted. We think more highly of … Continue reading

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