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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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The P-Word

My Grade 6 Language Arts teacher thought this doohickey – ! – was called an explanation mark, until a certain chubby know-it-all 11-year-old set him straight. Old habits start early, it seems. In the same classroom, I delighted in pointing … Continue reading

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The First Word

Last week, we talked about Amen, which is not only the last word in many of our prayers, it’s also the last word in the whole Bible. So in keeping with Jesus’ words about the last being first and the … Continue reading

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