Gather up the fragments that remain

Jesus said to His disciples: "Gather up the fragments that remain, that nothing be lost."John 6:12 Jesus said this after feeding 5,000 people on the Galilean hillside. He was teaching His disciples about more than being tidy. In this same chapter Jesus taught "I am the Bread of Life" Jn 6:35,48,51 and gave extensive teaching …

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New highs and new lows in the EU Project Fear

EU Project Fear has reached new heights and Remainers' skulduggery has reached new depths. BBC Newsnight reported tonight that Jean-Claude Juncker said: “a Brexit without an agreement would lead to the collapse of the United Kingdom”. A threat or a prediction from this false prophet of doom? Is the wish the father of the thought? …

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The Supreme Court rises to the occasion

The Supreme Court has illustrated how to restore judicial judgments in the UK to objective facts instead of subjective beliefs. Instead of trying to read Prime Minister Boris Johnson's motives, as the Court of Session judged, Lady Hale, President of the Supreme Court, specifically excluded this in her statement explaining the unanimous decision of eleven …

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The political left and right

It is common to hear commentators refer to the left and right in politics and it is a sure put-down to call someone far right or far left.  Such terms mean something to the politically-minded but because many people are not political it is more helpful to use other, more exact descriptions. People have different …

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Learning basic Exegesis

There are some basics in exegesis that Christians can learn and develop to improve their personal Bible study and their discussion at collective Bible studies. Drawing out of (ex-egesis) Scripture will feed the soul. Which is the most significant word in the following sentence? "The red car went down the hill." You may say that …

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