Tag Archives: traditions of men

I have crossed over…

Good friend, Debbie Triesch, posted this on her MeWe feed this morning. I LOVE it!! Have we really left the ways of the world, doctrines of men and manmade traditions in favor of Biblical truth? Most think so, but I’m … Continue reading

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Early feedback from Repairing the Breach

My hope, when putting Repairing the Breach together, was that it would be a book that was readable; not too ‘theological’ while also prompting deep and challenging thoughts in readers from all backgrounds.  In the last two weeks, I have … Continue reading

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‘The Lord’s Supper’ : A tradition of men?

I was raised in Christendom and later attended seminary and was ordained as a pastor in a Presbyterian denomination.  One of the highlights of worship in Christendom is ‘The Lord’s Supper’ or ‘Communion,’ served quarterly in some churches, more frequently … Continue reading

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ZING!!!

Wowsers!  I’m familiar with and have used all of these verses before, but my friend Steve King assembles a doozy of an image.   Selah! http://bible.com/1/2ti.4.4.KJV

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