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Truth or Duh

  What’s the difference between truth and fact? This question came up recently at my Bible Study group meeting, and it prompted an interesting discussion: one person put forward the idea that facts change, but the truth is constant. Another … Continue reading

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Korah the Clod, Part 2

Yesterday, we explored the story of Korah as told in Numbers 16. It’s a pretty dark cautionary tale about not getting too big for one’s britches, and being content with your lot in life. Just the warm, fuzzy message you were … Continue reading

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Hindsight Part 4: Bragging or Complaining?

If you’ve ever visited a Disciplehood page before, you’ve probably come across a Hindsight hyperlink. (They look exactly like the word two words to the left of this sentence.) That’s because back in the earliest months of the Disciplehood blog, I posted … Continue reading

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