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Who Is Isaiah?

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When children list their superheroes, we get Batman, Superman, Spiderman, and maybe—now that we’re raising more sophisticated children—Captain America and/or Iron Man. Diligent, Bible-teaching parents might invest in the Super Heroes of the Bible Sticker and Activity book. I would be surprised if the prophet Isaiah was featured in this book. He’s generally not listed with Old Testament greats like:  …

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What Does the Bible Say About Eating?

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One of our pastors recently preached on the topic of food. The Bible has lots to say about it. Can you believe it? What to eat. What not to eat. Feasting and fasting. Let me confess up front: I’m a reformed food-a-holic. I come from a long line of southern-cooking, buffet-going, stuff-your-face kinda folks. When my dad had a heart …


Do We Call A High Priest “my lord”?

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What’s Your Opinion? For my WIP, In the Shadow of Jezebel, my editor and I have talked, discussed, surmised, harrumphed, and shrugged about this question: Is it appropriate for priests and Temple guards to call Yahweh’s High Priest, “my lord”? But it’s a question that needs an answer, so I thought we’d include readers in the conversations! LORD, Lord, and lord (Unfortunately, my …

Sneak Peek at Hosea in Love In a Broken Vessel

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The Story of Hosea and Gomer Love in a Broken Vessel: A Novel tells the story of Hosea, an Old Testament prophet, who was commanded by God to marry a prostitute  in order to demonstrate the betrayal God felt when Israel worshiped pagan gods. Tragic, isn’t it? To think of a good man married to such an immoral woman… It’s even …