Monthly Archives: July 2013

Apostasy and Exile: An Exegesis of Jeremiah 5:10-17

By: Felipe Diez III As a brilliant, scintillating, yet woeful classical prophet, Jeremiah’s collection of oracles stands as a grand picturesque monument of a literary work. Such a wonderful anthology pertaining to the excruciating moral and socio-cultural descent of the … Continue reading

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Twenty-Five On The Twenty-Fifth

Tomorrow, the twenty fifth, I’ll be hitting my twenty fifth birthday. As is customary, I thought it would be a grand idea to jot some ideas down about this past year. These ideas are propositions that I’ve learned this past … Continue reading

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Is Your Vision of Christ Actual, or Supposed? (Meditations on John 6:36)

John 6:36: “But I said to you that you have seen me and yet do not believe.” This is a strong statement of negation by our Lord regarding the capability, or ability, of those who have been witnesses, throughout the … Continue reading

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