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Names: The Sam

This is the Sam-Cat. My Sam-Cat. I realized yesterday as I was writing about “Tailchaser’s Song” that he looks a lot like Tailchaser. I’ve had “thing” for ginger tabbies for a long time; it precedes my reading of the book … Continue reading

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Names

This morning at church one of the Bible passage around which the sermon was structured was the latter part of John 10:3, “… the sheep hear his voice, and he calls his own sheep by name and leads them out.” … Continue reading

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The Road is How (Trevor Herriot)

I don’t remember exactly how I first discovered this book; I can’t point to anyone who recommended it, or any series of events that led to its inclusion as the last on my 2016 reading list. But somehow I stumbled … Continue reading

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Timmy’s “Spot”

You’ve heard how Sheldon has a “spot” on “Big Bang Theory”? The place in the house, and the spot on the couch, where he is most comfortable and can most advantageously observe the world around him? Well this is Tim’s … Continue reading

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Can we kill, but not murder…?

Continued from “What does the Sixth Commandment Mean for Jesus?” I’m looking at one of the sermons that came out of Mars Hill Church a couple of months ago: Is God A Pacifist? People, even popular pastors, speak only their … Continue reading

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What does the Sixth Commandment Mean for Jesus?

Continued from “What does the Sixth Commandment Mean for us?” I’m looking at one of the sermons that came out of Mars Hill Church a couple of months ago: Is God A Pacifist? People, even popular pastors, speak only their … Continue reading

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What does the Sixth Commandment Mean for us?

Continued from “Is God a Pacifist?” I’m looking at one of the sermons that came out of Mars Hill Church a couple of months ago: Is God A Pacifist? People, even popular pastors, speak only their opinion: not the words of … Continue reading

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