Prophecy in the New Testament – 1st Through 3rd Principles in the “Voice in Ramah”

Understanding the history behind geographic locations is often key to understanding a prophecy. This post has been a bit delayed, in part because of the elections (which I've commented on elsewhere, but don't intend to on this blog), and in part because it's taken me a while to figure out how best to attack Matthew 2:16-18: …

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Sukkot and Eschatological Optimism

The autumn season has always been the one in which I most feel the "pull" of prophecy, specifically end-times prophecy or eschatology. The slow fading of the year appeals to my default state of cheerful melancholia, putting me in the right mood for contemplating the end of history with a Messianic hope. In addition to …

Prophecy in the New Testament: Introduction

The autumn season has always been the one in which I most feel the "pull" of prophecy, specifically end-times prophecy or eschatology. The slow fading of the year appeals to my default state of cheerful melancholia, putting me in the right mood for contemplating the end of history with a Messianic hope. In addition to …

No Takei Gene (Sorry George)

Two distinguished scholars at Johns Hopkins University have released a lengthy, three-part report concluding that there's not sufficient evidence to prove homosexuals and transgenders are born in that condition – in other words, there is no "gay gene." "The understanding of sexual orientation as an innate, biologically fixed property of human beings – the idea …

“Cast Iron” Mashup

So, yeah, we had fun last night--with a lot of rambling and just hanging out. Those who are just looking for straight-up Biblical teaching might be bored, but those looking for some goofiness in their podcasts might enjoy listening in. Shalom!