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Tetelestai: A Short Story

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Sunday Rewind: Resurrection Reasonings

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A Good Deal on a Good Book for a Most Important Week

A couple of years back during Holy Week I read “The Final Days of Jesus” by Andreas J. Köstenberger and Justin Taylor. Together with the scriptural timeline I rehearsed and the gospel accounts I reviewed (which the book contains too), it made for a soul-stirring seven days. We are on the brink on Holy Week 2016—when we […]

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Passion Week Math: It All Adds Up

I’m not known for my skills in math. In fact, if you know me beyond a “hi” or “bye,” you’re probably aware numbers aren’t my specialty. I love readin’ and writin’, but that whole ‘rithmetic thing? Well, let’s just say I must have been late to school on those weeks (perhaps years). Maybe this fear […]

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Passion Week “Required” Reading

One of the most meaningful weeks of the year for me is Passion Week. And one of the things I do during that week is re-read books that have been especially helpful in bringing out the reality, whether historically, chronologically, or scientifically, of that week to me. This in no way supplants a reading of […]

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Wide World of Easter

It doesn’t happen often, but when it does, it usually turns out to be a double blessing. Curious? Well, I’m talking about the years that Easter falls on the first Sunday of the month, which is also when I conduct the service at one of our local retirement centers, Sunny View. Whenever that happens, it […]

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