Tag Archives: Barry L. Davis

“Weasel Words” and “Epistemological Humility”

What does this mean? Epistemological Humility (although not that new) is the favorite mind set of the Postmodern proponent. Truth is relative, and if truth exists at all, it probably cannot be known, and it absolutely is NOT universal. “I … Continue reading

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The Gaze of God

Would you like to be under the favorable “Gaze of God?” He provides the formula in Isaiah 66:1,2: “Thus saith the LORD, The heaven is My throne, and the earth is My footstool: where is the house that ye build … Continue reading

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Chesterton on being in the “Wrong Place.”

“The modern philosopher had told me again and again that I was in the right place, and I had still felt depressed even in acquiescence. But I had heard that I was in the WRONG place, and my soul sang … Continue reading

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Message from Manna

As they were wandering in the wilderness, the children of Israel seemed to be in a perpetual funk about one thing or another. In Exodus 16:12, God tells Moses that He has heard their grumblings, and will provide them with … Continue reading

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Spurgeon on God’s “Shalls” & “Wills”

“Oh! I love God’s ‘shalls’ and ‘wills.’ There is nothing comparable to them. Let a man say ‘shall,’ what is it good for? ‘I will,’ says man, and he never performs; ‘I shall,’ says he, and he breaks his promise. … Continue reading

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No Fine Print…

“In preaching the Gospel, there should be no fine print in the contract.” – Steve Lawson Jesus said, “If anyone comes to Me, and does not hate his own father and mother and wife and children and brothers and sisters, … Continue reading

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The Ultimate Bible Study

In Luke 24:13-15, we read of the greatest Bible Study of all time: 2 disciples were traveling on the road to Emmaus, when they encountered a “stranger” (Jesus, who at first kept them from recognizing him) with whom they shared … Continue reading

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