Darrow Miller and Friends

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ISIS and Nero: Persecution of Christians

This is post 3 of 4 in the series “theology of suffering” ISIS, throughout their so-called caliphate, is crucifying, butchering, and setting fire to Christians. While we are abhorred by this barbaric evil, this is nothing new for Christians. 2000 years ago Christ’s followers were experiencing  the same evil that

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Jesus Was a Refugee, Too

This is post 2 of 4 in the series “theology of suffering” Jesus was a refugee. That’s something to think about today as the global refugee crisis generates so much discussion. In many war-torn countries, people are being forced from their towns and cities and into refugee camps, either within their own

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Song of the Remnant, part 2

This is post 6 of 6 in the series “The Remnant” Part 1, The Song of the Remnant, ended like this: “The health, welfare and flourishing of a people is dependent on the nation having a solid foundation.  Saul and his government were unrighteous. The foundations of a lawful and just

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It Would Have Been Enough

Recently I heard a homily on the Jewish concept Dayeinu, “It would have been enough.” It touched me deeply and propelled me to do some additional study on the subject. Dayeinu is a song used by the Jews as they celebrate Passover. It is a song of memory and gratefulness. It

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