The above etching is a depiction of Baruch writing Jeremiah’s prophecies (Jeremiah 36:4). This and some other artwork used throughout this book was created by Gustave Dore, a French artist, printmaker, illustrator, comics artist, caricaturist, and sculptor who worked primarily with wood-engraving and lived from 1832-1883. [ If you haven't read the Introduction, here it… Continue reading The Ax and the Ox – Chapter 1 – Word
The Ax and the OxThe Simple and Unbelievable Gospel Message Available in PDF form here. To Jude, Adah, and Geneva You are wonderful blessings of God I hope and pray that you and I will share this message with millions of souls PREFACE What is this book about? It can be summarized in a sentence:… Continue reading The Ax and Ox – A Book About The Unbelievable Gospel – Introduction
I think we can all agree that music is powerful. In fact, music is so powerful, we often confuse it with “worship” itself, since the two are closely related. Because of this, I think we can agree that when it comes to music, a song is not just a song. Christian music is not simply… Continue reading Ministry Leaders: Should any Christian Worship bands be off limits?
I was asked two questions recently and I thought I would share my response here. 1. Are there things God will not do without our participation? Does He “constrain” Himself in areas until we choose to partner/collaborate with Him? I know in Ephesians 1:11 it says "He works all things according to the counsel of… Continue reading God’s Foreknowledge and What Prayer “Changes”
We have to reconcile Acts 9 with what Paul himself says he did in Galatians 1 after his conversion. Luke says Paul "immediately" began preaching in Damascus after his conversion. Paul says he went "at once" to Arabia and then to Damascus. As T. George writes, "How could Paul have “at once” both preached in Damascus and… Continue reading After Conversion, Did Paul Immediately Begin His Ministry or Go to Arabia?