There are times when love takes precedent over traditions, even traditions we deem biblical or scriptural. Jesus talked about this in the following dialogue: At that time Jesus went through the grainfields on the sabbath; his disciples were hungry, and… Read More »I Desire Mercy and Not Baptism
My Journey in Prophecy I recently asked my followers on Facebook for Bible questions or topics to address on my blog. One of the commenters asked me to articulate my views on the New Heavens and New Earth. Before I… Read More »AD70 as a Microcosm: Thoughts on the New Creation
In 1 Corinthians 5, Paul recalls a misunderstanding the people had concerning his first letter. They took a unique command Paul had given them which addressed a specific situation and tried to make it universally applicable. I wrote to you… Read More »The Commands of Paul: Universal or Unique?
This article is a continuation of two others: Taking Away the Good Part and Can Women Pass Communion Trays While Standing. In the first article, I talk about the difference between Jesus’s defense of Mary of Bethany and the direction… Read More »Can Women Only Teach While Singing?
National freedom comes at a cost. Service men and women have lost their lives for freedom, mothers and fathers lose sons and daughters, and many civilians have perished as collateral damage in wars throughout the centuries. Hospitals have been bombed.… Read More »National Freedom Comes at a Cost
I was visiting a gospel meeting (or a revival), and the man doing the closing announcements did something pretty cool. He asked if anyone had any questions about what was said or done during the service. But that’s not exactly… Read More »Can Women Pass Communion Trays While Standing?