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Judging the Skeptics


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We are all responsible for the choices we make, whether good or evil. Life is not a game, and we don’t get a redo or a second chance to choose differently once our choice has been made and lived out. Some of us have been gifted with a great deal of responsibility in that such people are the movers and shakers of our world. These, because they have been given so much, much will be expected of them (Luke 12:48). Most of the rest of us will be judged more lightly, but in the end everyone’s works and the choices he has made will be judged by God. It behooves us, therefore, to consider Jesus’ words. After all, if he truly is who he claims to be, we shall be judged by what we believe about him and by the choices we make due to the high or low esteem in which we hold him. Read the rest of this entry »

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Posted by on July 13, 2017 in Gospel of Luke


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The Virgin Birth Solves the Jeconiah Problem

Luke does not show Jesus’ right to the title, Messiah, through David, but through Adam. Jesus is the Son of Man (i.e. the man, Adam) and therefore the Messiah that was promised in Eden (Genesis 3:15; Luke 3:38), who would save Adam’s race (see an earlier blog: Eve’s Messianic Expectations). Read the rest of this entry »


Posted by on April 20, 2010 in Jesus, Religion


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Abomination that Makes Desolate

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In a previous blog I wrote of the “Abomination of Desolation” and showed how it had more to do with what the High Priests had done against God than with what Antiochus Epiphanes had done in the Temple. The matter of the abomination of desolation did not reflect the act of a foreign king or ‘strong man’ but the condition of the people of God. The Jews wholeheartedly deserted their God and his way. It was a matter of their desiring to be more like those around them than obeying or honoring God. They were led away, not by a foreign despot, but by one of their own, a betrayer or son of perdition—the high priest. They placed their confidence in him, rather than remaining faithful to God. Read the rest of this entry »

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Posted by on February 15, 2010 in 70 Weeks Prophecy, Judgment, Religion


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