Narrative

The Miracle of The White Wolf.

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PDF HERE This is a sample of what I have been reading of late. I particularly enjoy the writtings of Arthur Thomas Quiller-Couch (usualy known as “Q”). This is a short story taken from his Book called “The White Wolf and Other Fireside Tales.” I hope you enjoy it as much as i did. MIRACLE […]

Out of Darbia

Darby

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Dispensationalism Article 3: John Nelson Darby, The Most Influential Theologian of the 20th Century That You Have Never Heard Of PDF Here I recently viewed a disappointing conversation between Jack Hibbs, Pastor of Calvary Chapel Chino Hills and Dr. Paul Wilkinson from Prophetic Witness Ministry International. They were discussing dispensationalism and fulfillment theology in the […]

Manuscripts

Why Does God Command Worship?

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PDF Here “…It is written, ‘you shall worship the Lord your God and him only shall you serve.’” (Jesus,Matthew 4:10b) “Why does God command us to worship?” Behind this question, I think, is the premise that demanding devotion or veneration for oneself in anyway is vulgar; worship must never be a requirement, especially by the […]

Oration

Psalm 77. A Sermon

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PDF Version Here Late one exceptionally foggy night in 18th century London, a man stepped out of his home on to the sidewalk intent on taking his own life. He peered up the street for a while waiting for a carriage. He had been struggling in prayer for some time and felt that God had […]

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North Bay GO

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North Bay Gospel Outreach (NBGO, which I like to call ‘North Bay GO’) is an evangelistic ministry that is headed by Karissa Yeremin which takes the gospel out to the streets of California’s northern bay area. My wife, Faith and I have been long time friends of Karissa and her husband Gera. We have recently […]

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Dad’s Scattered Musings.

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In just a few days time my life and my wife’s life will undergo a dramatic and permanent change. Any day now we will be welcoming a new daughter into the world. The thought of holding such a fragile, fearfully and wonderfully made child in my arms, the thought that the tiny fingers and toes, […]

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Something Worth Considering

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It’s the same old shut down. “Is this discussion really practical? Does dispensationalism or eschatology really matter enough to argue about? Isn’t this a non essential doctrinal issue?” I hear this sort of thing pretty much every time the subject comes up. It’s a screen, I think. People respond this way because they feel like […]

Manuscripts

In Defense of Everything Else

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The only possible excuse for this blog is the patient and persistent prodding of men like Gera Yeremin who believe such a platform to be a good, if not the best, footing for an aspiring writer in the modern age. I don’t know that bloging suits me very well though. I am often very wordy […]

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Rules and Terms

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Synopsis. As I begin to discuss dispensationalism I want to extend an invitation to the readers to comment on and question what I am saying. Debating has become very taboo for a number of reasons, due largely to the prevalence of postmodernism. But it is an indispensable tool in the process of critical thinking and […]