Tag Archives: God’s Word

On Biblical Teaching As “Self-help.”

One of my favorite professors at Colorado State is a man named Greg Dickenson.  As a speaker and as a scholar he is amongst the most accomplished and effective in his practice.  I’ve had only one class with the man … Continue reading

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“Dress Us Up”: A Textual Analysis of John Mark McMillan’s “The Medicine”

This is but three pages of a ten page rhetorical criticism piece I did for a class of mine.  I loved writing about this!  Here’s a little part of it.  Lemme know if, for whatever reason, you want to read the whole … Continue reading

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Where is my boy?

Why aren’t we more like You?  Could we be more fascinated with the detestable things of our world?  Reading about Israel and their journey with God, I’ve thought, “They just can’t get it right.  God is right in front of … Continue reading

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Excerpt: An Exposition on the life of King David

Research papers are not the kind of writing that people yearn to do.  Normally, I do not yearn to write research papers either. I’m in a 100-level History class this summer at Front Range Community College here in Fort Collins … Continue reading

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