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Resurrection in the Gospel of Mark

One of the more interesting biblical puzzles involves the account of the resurrection in the Gospel of Mark.  Among the ancient versions of Mark that still survive, there are several different endings, most of which read like a more brief version

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Resurrection in the Old Testament and Early Jewish Thought

As important as the concept of resurrection is to the New Testament and Christianity, it is surprising to find that the Old Testament has very few references to this belief.

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It Won't Be Long

Anticipating vacation time with family frequently motivates me through the long months of cold winter weather. I think about walking across the warm sand of an ocean beach or spending long evenings with my family sitting around a camp fire.

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Here to Stay

Four percent of the world’s trade passes through the Panama Canal, but market goods are not the only thing moving through the country.

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Participation in Christ's Story

“Are you sure it’s a Christian church?”

It was strange hearing my exact thought come out of someone else’s mouth, but this man said the same thing I was thinking.

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Salvation is the Remedy

“And you, my child, will be called a prophet of the Most High; for you will go on before the Lord to prepare the way for Him, to give His people the knowledge of salvation through the forgiveness of their sins” (Luke 1:76-77).

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Such a Time as This: Embracing My Calling to Ministry

When I was asked to write about a woman’s perspective on the call to pastoral ministry, I had a difficult time figuring out where to begin.

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