Category Archives: Romans

Death and Eternity

I’m wrapping up a series on what I call “universal human longings.” This one, based on the Bible passage in the book of Romans 8:18-39, I’ve saved for last because, more than any of the others, it makes the transition … Continue reading

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Family and Belonging

If there is one topic that everyone has settled opinions about, it’s family. Every single person has a family. And no family looks or acts the same. Most are basically loving, all are dysfunctional to some degree, but no family … Continue reading

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Image and Likeness

In this series on universal human longings, last time we considered “worship and sanctuary” and concluded our hearts yearn to worship, and that need every person has can only be satisfied by the living water Jesus gives. Now in this … Continue reading

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Studying the Book of Romans (Book Reviews)

Every year I have the opportunity to lead two Bible studies for folks in my church (one for men, another for women).  Our last topic was the biblical book of Romans: the apostle Paul’s letter to the church in Rome.  … Continue reading

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