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I am glad to answer questions about the Scriptures, Systematic, Biblical and Historic Theology, New Testament Greek, Biblical Hebrew (although my Greek is stronger than my Hebrew); and I am also glad to give pastoral advise and counsel.

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A minister ordained in the Orthodox Presbyterian Church since 1993. Prior to that I served as an elder. Former Senior Police Chaplain. College and Seminary-level lecturer.


B.A. Psychology and Theology, M.Div., Westminster Theological Seminary D.Min., Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary Law Enforcement Chaplaincy certification, ICPC

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2016-08-05 List of all moral laws of God:

The idea of an enumeration of laws is part of the Jewish legalism that the apostle Paul opposed.    Martin Luther (in some ways laying the foundation for later Dispensationalism) made a hard and fast distinction

2016-08-01 Full preterism?:

Hello, Nathan. Are you in Florida now>    I am not familiar with this work at all, so thank you for providing the text (and the link, although I'm afraid I don't have time to read the whole work right

2016-07-01 the breath we received:

Hi Kirk,    That's a great question. Your follow up statement also shows a lot of wisdom ("not asking how God did this, or how God made our life").    It's significant to note that in Hebrew the word for

2016-05-18 Was Jesus omniscient?:

Beth, that is a really insightful question.    First let's start with some groundwork. A god that could be completely explained would have to be a god of our invention. There are many things about God's

2016-03-01 Secular movies with sexual scenes and Christian consecration/holliness:

No, Nathan, you are not being legalistic. Read Genesis 9:22-23.    There are numerous passages in the Pentateuch that prohibit "uncovering nakedness", and although there are those who would maintain that


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