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The (Other) S-Word, Part 9: Holy Hitchhiker

I know I’ve promised to spend some time on Pentecost in this series, and we will get there. But for today, let’s jump ahead a bit to one of my favorite stories in the entire Book of Acts: Philip and … Continue reading

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FireWater Part 3

So far in this series, we’ve focused mainly on Old Testament uses of the terms fire and water, but the New Testament is also soaked with water references and aflame with discussions of fire. First, let’s wade into a couple … Continue reading

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