Monthly Archives: April 2018

The Book of Jeremiah

Jeremiah is the first large work of scripture I worked through on this blog and this early work on Jeremiah remains influential on my thinking. Early in my experience in blogging there are some lessons I’ve learned about the process … Continue reading

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Revelation 1 Opening Revelation

I have struggled with how to begin this since this has seemed like a Herculean task to approach a book which has given rise to any number of wild and disparate interpretations both recently and throughout the history of the … Continue reading

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Revelation’s Interpretation Through Time

G.K. Chesterton once wrote, “Though St. John the Evangelist saw any strange monsters in his vision, he saw no creature so wild as one of his own commentators.”(Richard B. Hays and Stefan Alkier, 2012, p. 11) Particularly in the last … Continue reading

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Christina’s World

She reclines among the grass of the field as the breeze gently blows across the plain The only sounds are the sounds of the buzzing bees which dance across the grass Searching for the scattered wildflowers which splash color upon … Continue reading

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The Ruins

The bone-chilling spring rain fell upon the wind worn stones of the ruin Melting away the ice and the snow which blanketed the dead tower The water which slowly seeped into the stone leaking out through the cracks Another year’s … Continue reading

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Transitioning into Revelation

As a part of my personal growth and dedication to these strange, wonderful scriptures I’ve attempted to lean into some of the texts I am less familiar with and there is an unseen method to my madness. I have enough … Continue reading

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