Monthly Archives: December 2015

Why *Samaritan’s* Purse?

I was reflecting on the parable of the “Good Samaritan” (Luke 10:25-37) recently after the controversy over Franklin Graham’s statements on Muslims. He recently agreed with Donald Trump’s call to ban Muslims, writing, “For some time I have been saying … Continue reading

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Creation in the Book of Job

As some know, I am finishing up a short book on the important things to know when reading the book of Job. It’s calledĀ Approaching Job and will be published soon in the Cascade Companion series. I thought I’d offer up … Continue reading

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Logic Goes Berserk: a review of Sandra Boynton’s Hippos Go Berserk

Anyone with kids has probably read books by Sandra Boynton around 4385 times per child (based on an average of three years times four books a day). And no wonder. The pictures are vibrant, the concepts silly, and the rhythm … Continue reading

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