Wasted Years Restored Dec 06, 2021
Death of a Mother Nov 19, 2021
Lanier Theological Library Lectures Oct 20, 2021
Mark 15:39, Insulting or Revering? Nov 09, 2020
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- About halfway through In the House of Tom Bombadil by Chris Wiley as my reading for the evenings. Gonna go ahead and give it a highly recommended even if the second half fails just for getting me to spend some time thinking on the nature of dominon vs. domination in the light of how good leadership is portrayed in LOTR.
- New Pearl and Prodigal Podcast episode out: Egg-en-eh-tah
- Really interesting thoughts from Malcolm Guite in a podcast discussion with Russell Moore this week: link to the podcast
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Dec 06, 2021
Are you familiar with the song “Bring Christ Your Broken Life?” The words of its first verse go like this:
Bring Christ your broken life So marred by sin. He will create anew, Make whole again.
But, what are we to make of the following stanza?
Your empty wasted years He will restore, And your iniquities Remember no more.
Nov 19, 2021
A mother has died in Central Texas. She was 151 years old.
Oct 20, 2021
This past weekend we were able to attend another special event at the Lanier Theological Library in Houston while our son and daughter-in-law were home for a visit. The speaker, John Warwick Montgomery, opened a new apologetics lecture series that they intend to carry on for the next few years.
Nov 09, 2020
When the centurion who observes Jesus die says, “Truly this man was the Son of God!” (Mark 15:39 NAS95) we have a statement which can lead to some interesting questions for an inquiring reader. One such important question is whether or not it is meant to be understood as having been spoken in an ironical/mocking way, or in a complementary/reverential way.