Three Approaches to Life

Ruth is a little 4-chapter book sandwiched between the Old Testament books of Judges and First Samuel.    It’s a tiny, insignificant story – a story without big characters, miracles, or battle victories. In the story Naomi and her husband Elimelech left their home town of Bethlehem because of a serious famine, fleeing to Moab, southeast... Continue Reading →

“Perhaps.”

"Ulay." Hebrew for "perhaps." Thus said Jonathan To his armor bearer. "Let's take a chance." "Ulay." It may be That God will favor Our courage and trust And join us in our venture. "Ulay." It may be That our enemy will be weak, And though more numerous than us, Will be overcome by our boldness. "Ulay."... Continue Reading →

They worshiped, but some doubted.

Matthew was a Jew who worked for the Roman government as a tax collector.  He got this job when he made the highest bid to the Roman official posting it on Craigslist.  His job was to collect 1% of annual incomes for Rome but it was expected that he would extort more monies for his... Continue Reading →

Five Books About Faith

Apologetics is the practice of defending a position, usually religious, through the use of reason. It is an especially useful practice in our pluralistic society known for its tsunami of ideas. There are enough apologetical books to fill a room, however, only a few are needed for helping to sort out the questions that surround... Continue Reading →

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