Monthly Archives: February 2011

Ecclesiastes – A Case Study in Learning from Others

We’re finally on our way into this sermon series through Ecclesiastes.  I say “finally” because I’ve actually been doing research on this since early January.  And I’m glad for the providential delays along the way which have allowed me more … Continue reading

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Peacekeeping Parallels – Part 3

One last installment on this series on parallels between UN peacekeeping and biblical peacemaking… So much preparation is involved with the UN’s work.  The plans, the logistics, the orders, the armaments.  But oftentimes they need physicians on hand, medical supplies, … Continue reading

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Peacekeeping Parallels – Part 2

UN Peacekeeping – Cyprus On this topic of biblical peacemaking and the parallels to international peacekeeping, what are some of the differences between the two?  I want to get to the comparisons, the ways they are alike.  But what are … Continue reading

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