Monthly Archives: November 2013

Top Five Foods That You Should Try To Make At Home

For my inaugural food related post, I discussed five items that one should always make at home and never purchase pre-made from the store. For this installment, I decided to flip the theme from before and present five food items … Continue reading

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Jesus and the Old Testament, Part III: Why it is acceptable for Jesus not to be in the Old Testament

Thus far, with this series, I have attempted to demonstrate that the Hebrew Bible/Old Testament does not contain prophecies of Jesus, but rather the New Testament appropriated the Old Testament in order to lend legitimacy to the claim that Jesus … Continue reading

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Jesus and the Old Testament, Part II: How the New Testament uses the Hebrew Bible

Picking up my discussion from the previous post, I will explain the terminology used in Isaiah, how it was appropriated for the Gospel of Matthew, and why it is a mistranslation. Before I begin this discussion, please note that the … Continue reading

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Jesus and the Old Testament, Part I: Why one will not find Jesus in the Old Testament

While contemplating the subject for the latest post in the Bible category, I wrote the following question in my idea log: “Does it matter if you do not find Jesus in the Old Testament?” For those in the field of … Continue reading

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Surprising Sequel: The Exorcist III: Legion

WARNING: THIS ARTICLE CONTAINS SOME SPOILERS “Then Jesus asked him, ‘What is your name?’ He replied, ‘My name is Legion; for we are many’.” (Mark 5:9, NRSV) Film sequels usually lack the originality, heart, and depth of their predecessor. Of … Continue reading

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