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Thinking Biblically Commentary.

Bible Interpretation Basics: What are you reading ?

BlackCalvinist/ January 25, 2012/ Featured Articles, Thinking Biblically Commentary

Scripture was written in different genres. Most people miss this fact when they approach it, which is why some of them have such a hard time trying to understand what scripture is teaching or attempting to communicate at different places. That is to say, there are some parts that are written as instructional literature (Leviticus, Colossians) where step-by-step directions were given,

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Re-Post: Happy New Year – So What ? From Jan. of 07

BlackCalvinist/ January 1, 2010/ Edification and Growth, TBC Podcast, Thinking Biblically Commentary/ 0 comments

I dug through the archives and decided to pull out this gem of a post.  I found it encouraging to myself and a bit convicting.  Hope it helps you along too. Podcast download: http://theologicallycorrect.com/realaudio/tbc-1-06-07.mp3 (9:23) Thinking Biblically Commentary – January 4, 2006 K. Joel Gilliard Every year on December 31, great festivals and celebrations around the world are held to ring

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TBC Special Commentary: What if (Fill in the blank) Loses ?

BlackCalvinist/ October 10, 2008/ Edification and Growth, Featured Articles, Thinking Biblically Commentary/ 5 comments

Lot of talk in the US on the upcoming election. McCain vs. Obama. Historic moment either way – first woman VP or first African-American president. Being black, I sit back and listen at how folks in my ethnic community feel about Obama, McCain and a lot more. Being reformed, I sit back and listen to how folks in my spiritual

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TBC – 1/06/07- Happy New Year – So What ?

BlackCalvinist/ January 12, 2007/ TBC Podcast, Thinking Biblically Commentary/ 1 comments

Podcast download: http://theologicallycorrect.com/realaudio/tbc-1-06-07.mp3 (9:23) Thinking Biblically Commentary – January 4, 2006 K. Joel Gilliard Every year on December 31, great festivals and celebrations around the world are held to ring out the old year and bring in the new year. In fact, starting backwards from December 26th, news broadcasters begin to reflect on past events of the year, who died, who

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