- On the stillbirth of my nephew
- A Preacher without Arms and Legs
- Charles Spurgeon on Free Will and Predestination
- Meet Paul Washer
- Romans 9, the Awful and Terrible God, and Communion
- Two People, One Saved, One Unsaved: What Made the Difference?
- A Response to a Failed Courtship (a song of clichés)
- The Lord’s Supper, Food, Nourishment, Grace, and Symbolism
- Thoughts about Marriage and Salvation
- A Sermon for Sunday: Closing the Generation Gap
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Being bitter is drinking poison and hoping someone else will die – seen on the posts of Slashdot user LarsWestergren.
Last week I wrote a bit about free will and now I want to do so a little more. Specifically, I want to talk about the nature of choice. Choice is a tricky beast, partly because it is a holistic … Continue reading
If you haven’t been to Wikipedia and read their article on Ron Paul, you should do so, right now. This guy is sharp, he’s humble, and he is according to both his own party members as well as his political … Continue reading
Jamie Kiley has responded to the interview questions that I posed her a few weeks ago. Go check it out.
Ten Top Trivia Tips about Charles Churchill! Charles Churchillicide is the killing of Charles Churchill. Some people in Malaysia bathe their babies in beer to protect them from Charles Churchill. The condominium – originally made from Charles Churchill – … Continue reading
So, a few days ago, Randall Sherman invited readers of his blog to be interviewed by him, and having never been interviewed for anything, EVER, I jumped at the chance. Here’s what went down.
I’m about to do something unprecedented. It’s BIG. Really, really, BIG. But before I do, you have to understand something about the Internet, this website, and the Blog of the Week feature. The Internet is a vast and virtual expanse … Continue reading
Author’s Note: This is not a new piece. I wrote it a few years ago, and while I’m still not totally happy with it, for some reason, I like it very much. So, occasionally, I get it out, reread it … Continue reading