Monthly Archives: November 2018

Hebrew Refresh

One of my regrets is that after learning Hebrew and Aramaic in my last year in seminary in 1987-1988 (Columbia International University, Columbia, SC), I did not keep up with it as I should have and I forgot a lot … Continue reading

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Debate on Purgatory and focus on 1 Corinthians 3:10-15, between Tim Staples and James White. (from January of 2010)     Review of that debate on the Dividing Line: A Good Article on Purgatory: Purgatory – a good article with … Continue reading

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On Depression and Suicide Be sure to read the whole article.  If you are depressed and have suicidal thoughts, get help please. Tell your pastor, tell a friend, get counseling, see the information at the bottom of the article. The illustration of the … Continue reading


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The struggle of prayer

The struggle of prayer is not our wrestling with God to convince Him to give us what we desire, but our wrestling with His Word until we are illuminated and subdued by it, saying, “Not my will, but Your will … Continue reading

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The righteous shall live by faith alone!

Romans 1:16-17 Romans 3:28 See James Swan’s excellent and very important article on the issue of Luther’s translation of Romans 3:28: Luther added the word “alone” (sola) to Romans 3:28? Scripture is superior to relics, statues, crucifixes, icons. The words … Continue reading

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Luther, the 95 theses in 1517, then Diet of Worms famous speech in 1521

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