Did you Sleep Well ? When wifey is travelling and away, she texts me around the time I usually wake, and asks did you sleep well? She knows I will be honest, and she expects I will be. And, so that draws me into looking back at the last 6 to 8 hours of my … Continue reading Togetherness
Background Somethings are better left unsaid. And, our subject material, Daddy Issues, is one of them. El Papa I have many, many issues. Thankfully to the most high, El Papa, is not one of mine. Grandpa I grew up under my GrandPa. He treated me far better than his own children. They knew who … Continue reading Daddy Issues
Background One of the good things about being part of a big family is someone is always moving. A couple of weeks ago, Sisi called me and said she will be moving and she will like for me to help. Mookie It just so happens that our cousin Mookie is the most reliable kin. He … Continue reading Moving Day / 2019-Oct
Question In Stack Exchange - Biblical Hermeneutics, Soldarnal asked whether the idea of being "Born Again" has roots earlier than John 3:3, Jesus conversation with Nicodemus. Link Comment-er ScottS, who has an "M.A. in Bible Exposition, Master of Divinity, and Ph.D. in Biblical Studies with a concentration in Systematic Theology" took a good swing at … Continue reading Biblical Hermeneutics – Does the idea of being “born again” have a root earlier than John/Peter (or Jesus)?
Sermons John Kilpatrick -Temptation of Soul, Body, & Spirit Sermon
Background Ravi Zacharias is a Christian Apologist. For a long time, I thought that meant someone who is apologizing. Later on I found out that it is actually anchored on a greek word, Apologia. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Apologetics Apologetics (from Greek ἀπολογία, "speaking in defense") is the discipline of defending a position (often religious) through the systematic use … Continue reading Ravi Zacharias