Your Biblical Belief is 42 years old …

In “What is the Woman’s Desire?” By Susan Foh, the question about the meaning of the word “desire” is answered: “What Young considers an obviously impossible meaning for “desire,” the meaning which “desire” has in the same syntactical setting only 15 verses away, is not impossible. The woman has the same sort of desire for […]

There’s no Future Without the Present

In an interview with the Times of London, Leadsom said: “I don’t really know Theresa very well, but I am sure she will be really, really sad she doesn’t have children. So I don’t want this to be ‘Andrea has got children, Theresa hasn’t,’ because I think that would be really horrible. But genuinely I […]

Letters to the Corinthians: Saying Goodbye

It’s something of a special moment – finally reaching 1 Corinthians 16, the very last chapter. This happens to be the thirtieth post – of breaking down the letter by chapters and sections and reading the verses trying to figure out how much of it still applies exactly as written or how creative we’ve gotten […]

Letters to the Corinthians: Remember the Gospel

Many times prayers will be centered around standing on the promises of Scripture – agreeing with Bible verses that talk about healing, earnestly praying by enlisting others to pray for the same thing, praying at all hours of the day, everywhere you go – believing it fully so that what you bind on earth is […]

Letters to the Corinthians: Table Manners

It shouldn’t be all that surprising that one area of conflict happens to be food-centric get-togethers. It’s something that churches pride themselves on even today. For my grandparents’ church, the women were always swapping recipes and writing them down in cook-books which they would sell as a fundraiser and also a good guide to ensure […]