Category Archives: Jesus and the Bible

The Burning Rubber Duck of Sin

Welcome back to the GOSPEL! To refresh your memory, here’s the hot rockin’ acronym that’s been lighting up the top of the Pop Metaphysical Charts: G– God made you to have a personal relationship with Him. O– Our sins separate … Continue reading

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G, Davey, Who IS Mr. God Person?

To the casual observer, theology can seem like a dense underbrush of spiky vines, meshed grasses, towering trees, stinging insects, and near lethal allergens. This is how the rain forest in the Amazon Rain Basin appears to me. I’ve not … Continue reading

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Give me a G! (The Amazing Gospel!)

OK, let’s see here: We’ve taken Pascal’s wager, met an elephant, we’ve thought (And therefore we are), we’ve had dinner with Hitler, and seen how nature and the universe at large prove the existence of God. Whew! I don’t know about … Continue reading

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A Christmas Roach Clown (Because Stupid knows no season)

Every now and then you see a news story which you are almost certain was originally from the Onion, or Babylon Bee, or other satirical news sites and somehow accidentally got spread as real news by people who didn’t check … Continue reading

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Jesus was GUILTY! (And all of his followers knew it)

The Bible is a collection of books, written by a large number of men over a long time. The New Testament is a collection of biographies of Jesus, the history of the early church, and some letters to some of … Continue reading

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