Monthly Archives: July 2007

Indeed, Has God Really Said? Part IV

Update – This series was published in book form by the title: Indeed, has Paul Really Said? In the last post we saw how Mr. Wright argued that Paul was a Shammaite Pharisee, thus making his emphasis on “the righteousness … Continue reading

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Indeed, Has God Really Said? Part III

Update – This series was published in book form by the title: Indeed, has Paul Really Said? In the last post, we raised the question regarding Wright’s redaction of the word justification by revealing his contrived courtroom scene.  This we … Continue reading

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Indeed, Has God Really Said? Part II

Update – This series was published in book form by the title: Indeed, has Paul Really Said? Before you read another word of this post, please remember that it was Martin Luther who critiqued the teachings of Erasmus in the … Continue reading

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Indeed, Has God Really Said? Part I

Update – This series was published in book form by the title: Indeed, has Paul Really Said? In the weeks to come I will outline Wright’s treatment of the doctrine of justification, focusing on just a few of Wright’s central … Continue reading

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A Warm, Fuzzy Thought for the Day

Recently, the Beasley clan packed into the Beasley van and headed over to Raleigh North Carolina in order to visit the city’s science museum.  We decided to go there, rather than the new Creation Museum, because of the time and … Continue reading

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Intelligent Design: A Two-edged Sword

I sensed the Lord’s calling in my life to pastoral ministry while I was completing my last year in college for a degree in physics.  In fact, it was a rather odd time because while I was taking a quantum mechanics class, during my … Continue reading

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Happy 3rd of July!

No, the title isn’t a typo – I mean it when I say happy third of July!  For me it’s the best day of the year!  By the way, I certainly don’t mean to take anything away from our nation’s independence-day celebration … Continue reading

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