Monthly Archives: December 2014

Chronicles of Wasted Time

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Borrowing my title from Malcom Muggeridge’s autobiography, today I write how, in the view no doubt of many, I have been wasting my time. The biggest problem I suppose is that the hours I am wasting are my prime time each day—the early hours when my attention level is at its highest. But I waste…

Everlasting Love: The Continuing Election of The Jewish People

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This is the very beginning of the first chapter of a book of mine to be published this year.  There is much more of course, to the book, and to the chapter. But in view of rising antipathy to my people, the Jews, I thought I would say this now.  Surrounded by rolling farmland, looking like…

Let’s Not Get Strange About Christmas, Shall We?

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This post is republished from December 6, 2013. It was very popular then, and should also get some good traction this year. Enjoy!  When I was a kid, and there were still knights in shining armor,  Maid Marian was kid Marian, Robin hadn’t gotten his hood, and the Sheriff of Nottingham was just learning to…

SURPRISE! You Can Believe in Yeshua and Not Know God

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One of the core aspects of the New Covenant is this promise:  “They shall all know me, from the least of them to the greatest of them.”  This New Covenant is made “with the House of Israel and the House of Judah.” But it is clear to me that at this stage in history, the New Covenant is…

What if Yeshua the Messiah Wants Jews to Be Observant?

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What if Yeshua the Messiah wants Jews to be observant? Let’s take that apart for a moment. I assume and am convinced that Jesus of Nazareth is the Messiah. However, I am also convinced that not every view of him is accurate. For example, too many artists portray him as looking like that nice Gentile fellow…