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Date: Jun 19, 2014
Category: Teaching
We left off last time noting that the whole Eastern church was being disrupted over the controversy sparked by Arius’ views on the deity of Christ. The Emperor Constantine first attempted to have a proxy priest by the name of Hosius mediate between A…
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Date: Mar 19, 2014
Category: Teaching
While some may distinguish between the divinity and the deity of Jesus Christ, in this series, I use them interchangeably, and Webster’s 1828 dictionary agrees. Of course, there are other meanings to divinity nowadays—after all, divinity is als…
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Date: Mar 12, 2014
Category: Spirituality
Those of you on our mailing list received a flier from me recently offering the book, The Healing Code (300 pgs., $20 ppd.). Accompanying his order for the book, one gentleman wrote me a letter with which my spirit immediately resonated in truth. His sugge…
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Date: Mar 6, 2014
Category: Teaching
In the previous post, I mentioned how as a teenager in the Roman Catholic seminary, I had read a very disturbing book by Dr. Hugh Schonfield called The Passover Plot. I also mentioned that it was republished a few years ago for the 40th anniversary of the …
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Date: Feb 26, 2014
Category: Teaching
On any given subject in the world of science, there are opposing points of view. For example, some physicists contend that light consists of waves. Other physicists say, no, you’re incorrect. Light consists of particles. Quantum physicists say you&rs…
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Date: Feb 17, 2014
Category: Current Events
I have seen the E85 at a gas station recently and wondered what that new gas was all about. Little did I know and I am glad I did not “take a chance” and pump it into my tank! Spread the word to everyone you know in order to prevent serious dam…
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Date: Jan 22, 2014
Category: Teaching
This is a continuation and will be the conclusion of our study of the fruit of peace. Paul lists some of the fruits of the Spirit in Galatians 5, verse 22. Since verse 22 begins with the conjunction “but,” it is obviously in contrast to what pr…
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