With Psalm 90 and Proverbs 27:20 as his text, “Dr. Bob,” Jr. delivers his final Sunday sermon before his death on November 12th. It’s quite long and . . . well, pretty odd. Jim Berg begins the service with the
See? Advent is new for all us former fundies as my friend Will states here. Brand, sparkling new. It’s embarrassing to me. Because it’s not like religion has taken a back seat in my life. It’s not like I never
versus Which is it? Which best pictures the Kingdom of God? I’ve talked about eschatology qua eschatology in an earlier post, so there’s no need to re-hash that here. As much as dispensationalists — or especially those dispie-lite sorts who
During a series on Christ’s parables, we hit eschatology twice. You know eschatology — that big bugaboo that really defines conservative Evangelicalism in the 20th century. I was born and bred a dispensationalist. Those charts lined the Sunday School classrooms.
Let him begin by treating patriotism . . . as part of his religion. Then let him, under the influence of partisan spirit, come to regard it as the most important part. Then quietly and gradually nurse him on to
So the draft dodger and the runaway met up in Detroit. Because Wladyslava was still married to that old man in Poland, she couldn’t officially marry Konstanty. So they had a common-law marriage. Today we’d call it “shacking up.” Their