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Boston, pt. 2 The Wheel of Life - Monday, February 4th 2013 21:12
This is probably one of the entries that will become a web page all its own. It contains a lot of pictures, and more importantly, a lot of information. It never occurred to...
Boston in January, part 1 - Thursday, January 31st 2013 22:02
Lest I forget to mention it, though I suspect it's old news to most of my readers, apparently someone at University of Michigan has denied on-campus rights to the...
Quick Reflection on the Day - Saturday, January 19th 2013 22:50
Just a quick update on today. The memorial service for Jim Kleist went well. It was a genuine celebration of the man, his love for the Lord, and his care for others. It was...
Random Observations: The Middle East - Friday, January 18th 2013 22:04
Christians continue to be persecuted for their faith in Islamic countries. Two current stories are playing themselves out in Iran and in Egypt. Please pursue the links for...
The Christian Obligation to Fast---? - Monday, January 14th 2013 12:24
Once again, let us move right along with Luke. If something else worth noting comes up, I shall amend this entry later or post another one.    ...
Tax Collectors and Other Sinners - Saturday, January 12th 2013 23:52
Pretty personal: We haven't heard as much from the rooster owned by the neighbor two houses down from us. That's because the neighbor right next to us has acquired a dog who...
Luke: Jesus Forgives Sins - Tuesday, January 8th 2013 23:55
  Let us immediately proceed to our Bible passage tonight.            Bible Reading: Luke 5:17-26...
Luke: Jesus Heals a Leper - Saturday, January 5th 2013 21:37
The winter weather continues, and we've had some pretty cold temperatures, but nothing really drastic. So far we keep getting the occasional spike above freezing, so the...
Singapore 2013 and Back to Luke! - Thursday, January 3rd 2013 13:38
Lots of snow, cold temperatures. January is definitely here. So, I need to tell you what I expect from 2013. The first hope is, of course, that the Lord would return and we...
Jim Kleist, R.I.P. - Tuesday, January 1st 2013 21:59
The entry on expectations for 2013 will have to wait for a day. Actually, I had planned a highly upbeat post, complete with a "new" recording of an old song of mine. Then,...
2012 in the Rear View Mirror - Monday, December 31st 2012 23:44
Happy New Year! Winter has definitely made it to Indiana this year. We've had several serious snow falls, and more predicted for tomorrow. The Ent is only visible as such with...
Biblical Co-authors? - Wednesday, December 26th 2012 20:46
For those following my personal trivia with more interest than I deserve, the trash truck came by this morning (Wednesday) at 5:45 am. That's pretty early to be awakened, but...
Silent Night - Tuesday, December 25th 2012 22:50
Merry Christmas! I trust that you've had (or are having) a wonderful celebration of the birth of Christ. If you click on the picture below, you'll hear a rendition of "Silent...
The Christmas Sheep - Monday, December 24th 2012 1:48
Nothing that requires any thought tonight. I figured out why I had that persistent headache and pervasive yuckiness yesterday and most of today. I'd forgotten that Dr. G (or,...
Aramaic Primacy? - Saturday, December 22nd 2012 20:15
The sun is shining, and I got lots of sleep. So, why do I have to have a stupid headache? That's not a point worth pondering at the moment in comparison to the question of...
The Snow Plow - Friday, December 21st 2012 22:18
What? Another blog entry without addressing questions on the Bible? I'm afraid so. I actually set out to write in a serious vein, but I'm awfully tired. I did sleep last...
Dear Scrooge Christian - Thursday, December 20th 2012 22:20
Sorry, but I need to insert another entry that's out-of-series, but it's time for me to vent just a little. Dear Scrooge Christian: This letter is for those of you who don't...
The Telescoping of Prophecy - Tuesday, December 18th 2012 20:44
This is turning into a solid display of stacking, but I trust it's worthwhile. We were going through Luke. Luke 4:44 led me to write a little bit about textual criticism. In...
Interlude for some Reflections - Monday, December 17th 2012 22:33
A somewhat tiring day, mostly devoted to domestic chores. My brain does not feel particularly energized, so there won't be any delving into theological enigmas tonight. Once...
Some Puzzles on Biblical Inspiration - Saturday, December 15th 2012 19:36
Today (Friday) it's actually been a really nice day outside. It's not been too cold, and the sun has been shining, so our ride Started Friday, finished Saturday.Today...
Textual Criticism, pt. 2 - Sunday, December 9th 2012 22:52
Let me get right back into the matter where I left you hanging yesterday.            Bible Reading: Luke...
Textual Criticism - Saturday, December 8th 2012 20:32
As Christmas is approaching, the weather does not seem to be heading towards a "White Christmas," although there are still a few weeks to go. It is dark, gray, hazy, and...
The "Messianic Secret" - Thursday, December 6th 2012 1:32
The Messianic Secret It's been a rather low few days with very little energy. Yesterday, in the course of answering someone's question, I got a little carried away, and...
Jesus in Nazareth - Sunday, December 2nd 2012 0:27
  Finally we got to have one of our standard meals again after weeks of going without it. We had a frozen DiJorno pizza, cooked in our new oven. Be sure to see its...
Mostly Personal - Saturday, December 1st 2012 0:35
Thursday: It was one of those days on which I decided that, like the Scarecrow, I needed a diploma because a brain appeared to be out of reach. I won't give you an inventory,...