Posts from November 2016

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The New King James Version

by Jeremy

Last time, we discussed the venerated King James Bible, its history, attributes, strengths, and flaws.  Some of its major drawbacks were addressed in 1982, through the updated New King James Version. Specifically, the English was adapted to better suit a modern audience—this is easily the most notable feature of this Bible in comparison to the […]

Politics

by Jeremy

In light of last night’s election, and the inevitable post-election commentary, discussion, relief, and despair, I think I should point out we tend to have overblown perceptions of the importance of these events.  My go-to passage for discussing this is Psalm 2; fortunately, Nathan Quinn delivered a lesson for us on this topic just a […]