I have been blogging since 2006. One thing have learned over the years is the difference a good comment can make. With a thoughtful comment, what was a good post can become quite profound.
Only God knows the Truth. Our intellects and our perceptions are just too limited. Nonetheless, when we put our minds to together and consider each others point-of-views, we can get much closer to the Truth than we can on our own.
What makes What do you expect from the Bible? a great post? Check out that first comment written by Little Monk.
If you’ve been following along here for a while, you’ll know that we have been going through First John recently, and exploring it a little differently that the typical teaching or sermon series might. As I was sitting here thinking about posting something this afternoon, I had a funny thought about it. Boy would this letter look differently if I dug out my old class notes that I used to hand out to students when I taught this! My class notes were for my Bible College students, and they were fairly academic. Greek words, grammar, big words and all of that stuff. Yet, unlike my colleagues, I always had application in my classes. In these posts, I’ve blogged pretty much all application, all the time, and I haven’t really included all of the academic stuff.
This led me to think some more, particularly in light of this debate business that…
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