Monthly Archives: December 2010

Restoring Form Or Function

The the book I am now reading, Radical Restoration, I am gaining some new questions. Some things I thought I had figured out, I am finding that I need to continue studying. I’m in Chapter 4, and he brought the … Continue reading

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Ask The Question or Help Answer It

I stumbled upon a cartoon on another blog that had a little devil throwing question-marks out of a person’s opened up skull. The implication was that a tactic of the devil is to keep us from asking questions. It does … Continue reading

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Tithing

Recently, I signed up to review books at Book Sneeze. The first book they sent me was Tithing, by Douglas Leblanc. The book is not really a scriptural or doctrinal defense of tithing, it simply goes through the story of … Continue reading

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Radical Restoration

I just picked up the book Radical Restoration by F. LaGard Smith. What would it be like if we radically restored first-century faith and practice in our own time and culture? I’m particularly interested in this book because Mr. Smith … Continue reading

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It's Christmas

It’s Christmas, and this has been a unique Christmas Time. I think it’s the first time that my family has had to deal with some difficult issues during the holidays. It makes Christmas hard. The good thing, though, is… it’s … Continue reading

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Who Needs The Gospel?

Ken at The Well shared some Disturbing Stats back in October. The last one on his list was shocking, because I don’t think of America like this: The United States is now the third largest “unchurched” nation in the world … Continue reading

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Pointing Them Out

The other day, I noticed a little forgotten side bar I have here on my blog, called “Posts By Others I’ve Found Relevant”. Now if I forget about it, why would anyone else care too much about it. So I … Continue reading

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