Category Archives: Biblical Interpretation

Exegetical discourses on specific passages not requested by students, fan or friends.

Jehovah’s Legal Representation On Earth

For centuries, Christian theologians and educators have been reading the Bible backwards. Edicts from 4th century theological controversies have been read backwards into the first century biblical text. This has long been considered "orthodox". Very few Christians have ever considered … Continue reading

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Religous Thinking: Simple or Complex?

Most Christians do not engage in theological disputes … for good reasons! Doctrinal statements have gone a long way to divide believers by defining the walls of their various sects. Most Christians, in an effort to avoid theological conflict, would … Continue reading

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Baptism: It’s All Watered Down Today

Water baptism is a popular church event today but should it be? Say "Baptism" among modern Christians and all that comes to mind is water. This is based on John's baptism, which was rite of "Mikveh" [1],  in the tradition … Continue reading

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