Monthly Archives: May 2012

Puzzle: Living under the Law or living in the Gospel (completed)

So today, here is the completed table. PDF for the same: Law-GospelAns

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Puzzle: Living under the Law or living in the Gospel

I have worked on a table that compares life under the Law with life in the Gospel. Take a look and see what you can determine? Another stepping stone for the puzzle. (PDF link: Law-GospelTable)   PS: I will post … Continue reading

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The Demand—The Gift—The Puzzle

I love teaching Bible class! Doesn’t matter the topic, book, subject, I’m there. By teaching I don’t mean a one-way monologue where I begin and end the time together. Rather I mean the interactive dialog among all participants. Questions, more … Continue reading

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Twelve Months, Twelve Religions? I don’t think so

29-year-old Andrew Bowen became a Christian in high school, but says that he took “a nose dive into fundamentalism. It just ignited a furnace in me.” His journey with God since then has been challenging. When his wife experienced a … Continue reading

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