Tag Archives: Moses

Old and New Testament Parallels: Christmas Edition

One of the things I really love about the Bible is its cohesiveness, the way so much of the Old Testament foreshadows the New Testament. As my pastor has been working his way through Matthew 2 (the arrival of the … Continue reading

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Strolling towards universalism

Well, Brian McLaren is at it again. Not that it should surprise anyone familiar with his inclusive and unbiblical idea of “Christianity.” Last week his latest book, “Why did Jesus, Moses, the Buddha, and Mohammed cross the road?” was released, … Continue reading

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Warren: Scripture twisting, eisegesis and allegorization

Despite Warren’s recent tweet condemning imaginary people for reading the cross into every verse of the Bible, Warren himself has been guilty of eisegesis. Let me show you just a few examples. In case the word is unfamiliar, eisegesis is … Continue reading

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