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I’m not going into details about end times in this post.  Still I want to make the point that knowing about Christ as our Coming King and other details with the end of things should impact our daily living as a follower of Christ.

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Purpose: In this session we will look at three New Testament words used to describe sin so that we understand more biblically what sin is and see sin the way God sees it.

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This is a discussion about Presuppositional apologetics.  It is between Eli Ayala a presuppositionalist and another presuppositionalist name Dr. Chris Bolt.  Eli interviewed Chris Bolt and Eli’s ministry is called Revealed Apologetics.  Chris Bolt has a doctorate from Southern Seminary in apologetics.  He runs Lighting Apologetics here.  Dr. Bolt is probably best know for being one of the contributors over at Choosing Hats.  He currently blogs here.

Here’s the discussion on Youtube below.

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There’s a spiritual point I want to make with this.

This was on the news a few months ago: “Woman disguises 911 call by ordering pizza.”

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A recent troll said to me:

Jesus himself said he wasn’t God! Mark 10:18 & Luke 18:19

Both Mark 10:18 and Luke 18:19 parallel each other.

This is what Mark 10:18 states:

And Jesus said to him, “Why do you call Me good? No one is good except God alone.

This is what Luke 18:19 states:

And Jesus said to him, “Why do you call Me good? No one is good except God alone.

This is how she would argue it:

Jesus denies he’s good: “no one is”

Only God is good

Ergo Jesus isn’t God

Does this show Jesus is not God?  I don’t think so.  Let me explain.

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This Sunday at Church I want to encourage you to do the following: Praise God for the Gospel.

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A weekend reading review!  Because Pastors also need a break from heavily theological reading!  Last week I also reviewed a history book: .

Greg King.  The Assassination of the Archduke: Sarajevo 1914 and the Romance that Changed the World.  New York, NY: Saint Martin’s Press, September 3rd 2013. 432 pp.

4 out of 5

Purchase: Amazon

Most people know about the Archduke as the one who was assassinated that became the catalyst for the First World War.  Other than that little else is known about him not because there’s no information out there but I believe a large part of it is because Archduke Franz Ferdinand was not popular with the elites in the Austrian ruling family and its court and also because the horror of World War One eclipsed everything.  This book turned out to be quite interesting in its own right not just in relations to thing that led to the World War but also for the tragic love story of Franz Ferdinand and his wife Sophie.  Certainly the human interest is there in this book!

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