Monthly Archives: June 2021

The Other Martin of the German Reformation: Martin Bucer

Speaking of Reformed “dead guys”, there are some who are not only dead but forgotten. And that is our loss. Some who come to mind are Martin Bucer, David Pareus and Matthius Flaccius. Bucer, the other “Martin” of the German … Continue reading

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Thinking About God

Have you ever stopped to consider that how we think of God affects our lives in every way?“I was afraid of you“, said the wicked servant to his master (who represents God in this parable) in the Gospel of Luke … Continue reading

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I Pledge Allegiance to …

I once taught in a school that started every day with the Pledge of Allegiance. For many of the students, in Paul Simon’s words, it was merely a Pledge of Allegiance “to the wall”. I do not believe that we … Continue reading

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Who was the Man of Sin?

And what about “Antichrist” usually termed “THE Antichrist”? First of all the Bible does not explicitly state there is an Antichrist (singular). According to John this may have been a confusion already in his time: 18, Little children, it is … Continue reading

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The Heavens and Earth: Matt. 5:18 in Covenant Context

“For verily I say unto you, Till heaven and earth pass, one jot or one tittle shall in no wise pass from the law, till all be fulfilled”. – Matthew 5:18 We bring so much of our own worldview into … Continue reading

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