What If David Had Not Killed Goliath?

What if David had not killed Goliath? Well, he would have been torn to pieces with bare hands unless he ran away. Goliath meant it when he told him, “I’ll turn you into a tasty morsel of field mice.” (1 Samuel 17:44 MSG) That’s Goliath’s macabre idea of battlefield snacks. But we seem to be[…]

Chapter 15: What If Abraham Had Killed Isaac?

What if Abraham had killed Isaac? O my! He wouldn’t have been able to come home that night. How was he going to face Sarah? Sarah had that baby when she was 90! That was a Guinness World Record entry for her day. She had actually given up on having a baby. Which led to[…]

What If Ruth Had Left With Orpah?

The story of Naomi and Ruth in the Bible has to be one of the most moving stories you’ll ever read. It will drive you to tears. But don’t let’s assume everyone knows Orpah. Ruth of course is popular. Parents name their children Ruth, but who was Orpah? Orpah was actually the first daughter-in-law of[…]

Praying For People To Die

The difference between the dispensations of the Old and New Testaments is an ongoing challenge for many Christians. You can’t worship God in New Testament dispensation on the principles of the Old Testament. And some coming from animist backgrounds are seeking to process Christianity through animist spirituality. They eulogize God adapting the incantations of animist[…]

Antinomianism

Antinomianism is a big word, but it’s a word you should get acquainted with. The word antinomianism comes from two Greek words: anti meaning “against”; nomos meaning “law”. Antinomianism essentially means “against the law”. Theologically, antinomianism refers to belief in the misapplication of the doctrine of grace for licentiousness. A licentious person lacks legal or[…]

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