Monthly Archives: November 2013

Thanksgiving sermon 2013

Read St. Luke 17:11-19 So is Thanksgiving a national holiday that the Church has borrowed; or is Thanksgiving a Church holiday that the nation has borrowed? The evidence would appear to all be one sided: this day of Thanksgiving that … Continue reading

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Christians and Christian Movies

I was in college when the Veggie Tales movie Jonah came out.  And one day before the movie opened, a classmate made the comment that everyone should go see the movie that particular weekend so that the movie would make … Continue reading

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Killing Jesus – Part 4

‘We had to separate fact from myth based upon a variety of sources, some of which had their own agendas.’ That is how Bill O’Reilly concludes the Postscript in Killing Jesus; and I think it is helpful to keep in … Continue reading

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Killing Jesus – Part 3

The second part of the book Killing Jesus by Bill O’Reilly details with the bulk of Jesus earthly ministry.  Part I deals with Jesus birth and childhood and Part III deals with Holy Week, so Part II is what happens … Continue reading

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Help not wanted

This is my article that was published today in the Natoma-Luray Independent section of The Russell County News and will be published tomorrow in The Plainville Times. One day at seminary, a group of us met and tried to get … Continue reading

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Thor: The Dark World Review

To say that I was disappointed with this movie would be an understatement.  The first Thor, movie was brilliant, so I had high expectations for The Dark World.  Needless to say, I will try not to let that happen again. … Continue reading

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Reading the Phone Book

This is my article that was published on Thursday in The Plainville Times. Do you ever read the phone book?  Just open it up to your local town, or even the broader listing of names, and just go through and … Continue reading

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