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Uncle Tom’s Cabin and true hospitality

Reading the undeniably excellent ‘Uncle Tom’s Cabin’, I came across this quote from one of the characters. Mary, the wife of one Senator John, is arguing with her husband about a law he helped pass that forbids helping escaped negroes who have crossed over into Ohio, a free state, from Kentucky. As he tries to […]

Kasemann on being a disciple of Christ

While reading Kasemann’s Perspectives on Paul today, I was reminded of Paul’s exhortation in Philippians 1.29, ‘For you have been grace-gifted on behalf of Christ, not only to trust in him but also to suffer on his behalf.’ Before you read this, be warned; it’s a hard pill to swallow (below is cited from Kasemann, ‘Justification […]

Greek like Violin: Day 13 (adding de Silva to the mix)

The pursuit continues. I’m loving this. All my past attempts at self study of the languages were strong for a few days, and then sputtered out. I had given up hope that I could ever reach the kind of intensity on my own that I experienced while studying with a professor/mentor and other peers (none […]

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