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Another one for your queue (video or audio): Michael Barrett speaks on the “Tradition, Text, and Translation of the KJV.” Highly recommended.If this post is a review, it may also appear, less nicely formatted and typically abridged, on such other … Continue reading

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Covenant theology is not “replacement” theology. Its point is that the olive tree that is God’s people, the church, is a single tree, not two trees growing side by side with different promises and different futures (Romans 11). Though I … Continue reading

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Another worthwhile theology video for your queue: “The Covenant with Abraham…The Case Against Covenantal Infant Baptism.” Though part of a series, it stands well alone.If this post is a review, it may also appear, less nicely formatted and typically abridged, … Continue reading

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While, from a Bible-believing perspective, popular entertainment never merits the “binge-worthy” descriptor, it turns out there are some online resources that do. Combining a speaker’s presentation of sound theology with a digitally generated environment reminiscent of DOS-based computer games, this … Continue reading

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I just posted a comment on Craig Huey’s site.If this post is a review, it may also appear, less nicely formatted and typically abridged, on such other sites as Amazon and GoodReads. If this post has odd gaps in it, … Continue reading

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Pious Eye (David M. Hodges) posted a comment on someone else’s IVN article, as well as a related one on his own. Bottom line: old closed primary was better than California’s current top-two system, and David wants a “none of … Continue reading

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(Last updated on 18 July 2016) Pious Eye (David M. Hodges) posted a comment to Reddit’s DebateReligion subreddit arguing that faith is not based on experience, evidence, or arguments, but that, rather, trust in the faculties that allow experience, evidence, … Continue reading

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(Last updated on 22 May 2016) Pious Eye (David M. Hodges) posted responses to some comments on his IVN article: response one, response two, response three, response four.If this post is a review, it may also appear, less nicely formatted … Continue reading

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(Last updated on 22 May 2016) Pious Eye (David M. Hodges) has published “Achieving True Voter Enfranchisement” on the Independent Voter Project’s IVN.If this post is a review, it may also appear, less nicely formatted and typically abridged, on such … Continue reading

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Decorated Chaplain Wes Modder threatened by Navy – Take Action. If this post is a review, it may also appear, less nicely formatted and typically abridged, on such other sites as Amazon and GoodReads. If this post has odd gaps … Continue reading

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Just updated the Pious Eye usage notes.If this post is a review, it may also appear, less nicely formatted and typically abridged, on such other sites as Amazon and GoodReads. If this post has odd gaps in it, this probably … Continue reading

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Fixed irksome typos (perhaps not all?) and added a footnote to the Science Projects page.If this post is a review, it may also appear, less nicely formatted and typically abridged, on such other sites as Amazon and GoodReads. If this … Continue reading

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Government as morality-corrupting, anti-Christian influence, San Diego County edition: El Cajon Library hosts celebration of sexual aberranceIf this post is a review, it may also appear, less nicely formatted and typically abridged, on such other sites as Amazon and GoodReads. … Continue reading

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