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There’s a teaching series on a biblical view of singleness, courtship and marriage I thought I share from Sermon Audio.  I’ve given link to download the MP3 and PDF.  It seems like something that will bless God’s people with its use of Scripture, nuance and application.

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I know some people rant and rave about how good the movie “Crazy Rich Asians” is.  Here’s a trailer below:

 

I am amazed at how some Christians like it.  I have concerns with it.

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Jeff Durbin of Apologia Radio have done some good stuff for the Lord teaching and applying Presuppositional Apoogetics.  They recently sat down with Sye Ten Bruggencate for a show to talk about Apologetics and atheism.

Here’s the video description:

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Reblogging as I’m on a time Crunch!

The Domain for Truth

We have completed our three part Sunday mini-series on Sunday questions concerning prayers for the church that is prompted from the Scripture in Colossians 1:9-12.

Here’s the table of contents from this series:

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Off to a funeral.

Here’s some verses to meditate on:

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A non-fiction weekend reading review, because Pastors also need a break from heavy theological reading!

Dan Jones.  The Templars: The Rise and Spectacular Fall of God’s Holy Warriors. New York, NY: Viking, September 19th 2017. 428 pp.

4 out of 5

Purchase: Amazon

This is a book on the Roman Catholic military order known as the Knights Templar.  By the way reading and reviewing this book doesn’t mean I condone the Templars’ interpretation of Christianity.  But for historical purposes of understanding the past the book discussed the history of the Templars from its unassuming origin to its rise and dramatic demise.  The book also went over the Templar’s legacy and legend surrounding them and what that means for us today.  I have heard of the Knights Templar before but didn’t know much about it, hence I decided to pick up this work to learn more about its actual history and separate that from internet fiction.

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Our society emphasize so much of unrealistic physical attractiveness.  Think of what the media projects to us with ads, TV shows, celebrities, etc.

Sadly this affect the church as well.

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