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Hermeneutics and Theological Cockelburs

Not long ago, an old friend from seminary visited.  Unlike most friends in ministry who jettisoned us after we began this Messianic journey, they have remained close, though we rarely have a Scriptural discussion of real substance.  This visit was … Continue reading

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Hermeneutics: How to Break the Law

I was pondering a little Christian theological conundrum this morning. Every seminary student is taught sometime early in his Masters program how to interpret Scripture according to the rules of hermeneutics. [As an aside, my son is over my shoulder … Continue reading

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What did the Early Church Fathers REALLY do? *edited*

Excellent, excellent series.  May be the best investment of an hour this month!!  Pieces of church history your seminary trained pastor may not know…  Some of this I didn’t know and I have seminary paper hanging on my wall… **Edit: … Continue reading

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