Series: TNT - Blowing up misconceptions from The Bible

TNT – a series all about blowing up misconceptions from The Bible – and going into what it really says.


What’s next? – about me, March 2017 update

This entry is part 1 of 4 in the series TNT - Blowing up misconceptions from The Bible

For as long as I can remember, I’ve thought my life would end when God’s done with me. There were times when I was pretty sure He was – but apparently I was wrong. Then it was time to ask – what’s next.


The “healthy” and the “sick”. What did Jesus really mean?

This entry is part 2 of 4 in the series TNT - Blowing up misconceptions from The Bible

Finally, some hope – although look how it comes. Through another marriage to a prostitute and an exile – to cure all the things they have been doing wrong. So, yes – hope. But are they willing to pay the price of “admission” – pun entirely intended. They have to “admit” what they had become in order to be “admitted” back to a relationship with God.


A jealous God, punishing sin for generations. Or maybe not?

This entry is part 3 of 4 in the series TNT - Blowing up misconceptions from The Bible

That sounds so cruel, doesn’t it? Why would a good God punish innocent, and even unborn, children for the sins of their parents? In case a refresher is needed, here’s where that comes from – the beginning of the ten commandments …


Pondering the consequences of our choices.

This entry is part 4 of 4 in the series TNT - Blowing up misconceptions from The Bible

I read the quote below, and wondered if it’s true for all of us, at the end of our lives. Not that we’ve all literally killed someone. But all of us have done something – something we wish we hadn’t done.