The Content Cluster Muster (12.21.17)


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Here’s A Good Reason Why I Believe King Solomon Discovered America


Who Has More Fun Than People?


Open Road Not in New Hampshire

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Shoot…In Heavenly Peace


And now, for some REAL Musical Talent

These folks are having a very merry Christmas…


The God Who Stoops

My advent sermon from this previous Sunday.

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paulm01
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Made my day, especially the Cowboys horseback and Irish Christmas Reel (that’ll get ya going)…tusind tak!

Pastor, thanks for the excellent year in blog, and I hope you and yours have a very blessed Christmas!

demosthenes1d
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“Here’s A Good Reason Why I Believe King Solomon Discovered America”

Please tell me this is tongue in cheek??

Jill Smith
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The Mormons think Jesus came here, so who knows? (But I find it pretty unlikely.) I just sent you an email about the articles to which you linked.

demosthenes1d
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I was wondering if maybe Doug’s, time so near hordes of Mormons was having an ill effect. Maybe Solomon’s ships dropped of the Nephrites and they built those cool ziggurats in central America.

bethyada
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I doubt it is tongue in cheek.

What I want to know is what in the Bible points to this? The three year voyages more likely circumnavigated Africa.

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Katecho
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I seem to have missed out on “Open Thread Tuesday”, and comments are now closed there. So I’ll try a response here under the Cluster Muster. Dave W asked: Pastor Doug, thanks for responding to my Calvinism question. Let me put it this way: What need is there for active hardening of the heart, “lest they should turn,” as Isaiah says, if the doctrine of Total Inability is true? What need is there to harden hearts in people who are already totally unable to come to Christ? It’s like taking a man without limbs and chaining him to a wall… Read more »

bethyada
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While katecho and I have some different premises, I note that this response is somewhat similar to my response. That is, hardening seems to be in the context of judgment: God making unclear his purposes to those who are rejecting him; and explaining his ways to those who respond in faith.