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- John on Thank God For Philosophy
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- John Higgins on My Last Book?
- Margaret Marcelino on Remembering a College Friend
Author Archives: johnhking_1ie7oo
Form or Substance
[taken from my commentary on Romans, Chapter 14] With the crucifixion and resurrection of the Savior came revolutionary changes in the interpretation of Torah law. 613 laws, 365 negative, 248 positive, both ceremonial and moral, have been for religious purposes—at … Continue reading
Who’s in Charge!
For those who cherish their political freedom, a small government that exists only to protect and not control them, that is not taxing them into a lower tax bracket, or telling them what they can and cannot buy, Paul’s instruction … Continue reading
Society is being altered at its roots and Christians should be concerned about this for a couple reasons. Reason One: Moral Society is defined by its moral code which is culturally reflected in what is acceptable and good [words I … Continue reading
The Epistle to the Romans
It is worth noting that the New Covenant in Christ which Paul details in his letter to the Church at Rome is far more than a theological treatise on the Cross. Every chapter addresses some aspect of the ongoing conflict … Continue reading
Our Present Suffering and The Glory To Come
Our present suffering and the Glory to come, which we will share in, make up the theme of [Romans 8:18-30]. Godet calls this “a career of suffering”1 for a believer in Christ. Expect it! “For unto you it is given … Continue reading
Can I Lose My Salvation?
Can a believer lose their salvation? Can they go back into sin to where they are no longer a Christian, disowned by God? I pondered this question recently coming to the conclusion that such an idea is highly improbable because … Continue reading
The Dynamic View of Scripture
[Taken from my Booklet: A Reasonable Salvation] An interpretation of Scripture that is merely historical or theological but fails to offer a serious and practical approach to living the Christian life is—what I call—a linear view of God’s Word. But … Continue reading
The Curse! Whose?
[A thought for all those who love to dig deeper into the Word of God.] Galatians 3:13 reads the same in 15 English translations: “Christ redeemed us from the curse of the law by becoming a curse for us,” Only … Continue reading
God’s Seeks Our Worship
David knew that God dwells in the midst of our worship [Psalm 22:3]. The Lord reminded us through Isaiah [Isaiah 57:15] that He “dwells with him who has a contrite and humble spirit, to revive the spirit of the humble, … Continue reading
I awoke this morning in a contemplative mood introspectively recalling past decisions and choices that proved me a kind-of maverick. If it should not be done, not because it wasn’t legal [whatever ‘it’ was, it was always legal] but, because … Continue reading