Monthly Archives: March 2007

20070331 Worldview Web Roundup- Double Stuffed Edition

Welcome to a belated edition of the Worldview Web Roundup filled double full! The Worldview Web Roundup is a collection of links to the news, commentary, and information I found interesting or useful over the past week or so. If … Continue reading

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20070331 Bible Study for the Day- Matthew 21:23-46

By what authority did Jesus do what He did? The leaders of the Jews wanted to know what gave Jesus the right to clear the likely very profitable business ventures they shared in the temple courts. More importantly, they wanted to know if Jesus really claimed to be the Messiah. Continue reading

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20070330 Bible Study for the Day- Matthew 20:29-21:22

Jesus’ resolute march toward Jerusalem was always framed in a single, compelling mission: Jesus came to fulfill the will of the Father. Because Jesus was the fulfillment of God’s will, He was also the fulfillment of God’s promises about who He would be. Continue reading

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20070329 RELC eDevotion for 29 March 2007

The Resurrection Evangelical Lutheran Church eDevotion is a periodic email and blog devotion published by the church as ministry to its members and as an outreach tool. It is cross-posted to the Worldview Weblog in an effort to reach a larger audience. Here is the link to the eDevotion for 29 March 2007. Continue reading

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20070329 Bible Study for the Day- Matthew 19:23-20:28

The Kingdom of Heaven is a clean slate for all of God’s children, a chance for every once sinful human being to start over, sinless and under the full effect of God’s grace. That clean slate, however, does not mean equality, even in Heaven. Continue reading

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