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  • Gender: Male
  • Age: 44
  • Relationship Status: Married
  • Religon: Christ-follower
  • Location: McKinney, TX
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My desire for this blog is to be a place for me to reflect, create, and post ideas and thoughts. I hope over time to see growth and development as I continue to grow and develop as a person. The opinions expressed in the following blogs are mine and those providing comments are theirs alone, and do not reflect the opinions of any organization or other entity.

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Living by the Book Week 1 from John Shapiro Living by the Book Week 2 from John Shapiro Living by the Book Week 3 from John Shapiro Week 4 will be posted after October 29th.
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Here is the 4th week of the Living by the Book: Living by the Book Week 4 from John ShapiroHere is the video: The Whole Sweep Of Scripture from The Work Of The People on Vimeo.  
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Here are the class notes for The Bible: The bible.w1 from John Shapiro The bible.w2 from John Shapiro The bible.w3 from John Shapiro The bible.w4.upload from John Shapiro Here is the video from Week4:
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Of course no two colonies, or social groups within each colony, translated their commitment to liberty into laws and institutions exactly the same way. But by 1776 all American patriots called the cause of liberty “sacred” and endowed their glorious cause with the attributes of a religion, including a creation myth, a theology, a moral code, a martyrology, and a teleology promising a limitless “empire of liberty” (in Jefferson’s words)»
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I wondered why Christianity had not typically embedded itself into these festivals, why we weren’t among the leaders of new cultural developments and wildly creative thought. Certainly God is wildly creative – enough to find his way into human hearts in other cultures around the world. But at these festivals, and in the newly developing cultures of postmodernity, there seemed to be so few people of Jesus. By Phil Wyman from “Finding Jesus a»