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This page contains links to all articles for 2014. Use the menu below to go to similar pages for previous years. If you want to look for a specific topic, you can use the search function in the sidebar.

You Got That Right (January 2014)
In 2006, Rabbi Yitzhak Kaduri died leaving a note naming "Jesus" as the Messiah, whom he said he met in a vision. But was it the real Jesus?

Zero Degrees Calvin (February 2014)
Calvinism is back, teaching that God arbitrarily chose to save a lucky few and it's tough luck for the rest. Is it just me, or isn't that a bit cold-blooded?

Bad Moon Rising (March 2014)
Does a series of four total lunar eclipses falling on Jewish holy days over the next two years really mean something, or is it just more apocalyptic hype?

Roots (April 2014)
Many people in the Church today are getting in touch with the Jewish roots of Christianity, but some are getting drawn into something more than just roots.

Church-Colored Glasses (May 2014)
In Matthew 24–25, Jesus gives four of His disciples a briefing about the end times. But is the focus on Israel or the Church...and why does it matter?

The Hitchhiker's Guide to God's Word (June 2014)
According to The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy, the Answer to the Ultimate Question of Life, the Universe, and Everything is 42. But what's the question?

If My People (July 2014)
Many Americans claim 2 Chronicles 7:14 as a promise of God's blessings on their country. It's Old Testament, but it can still apply to America...right?

One Plus One Is Three (August 2014)
In mathematics, things go haywire when you attempt to divide by zero. Guess what happens when you do the biblical equivalent?

The Valley of Decision (September 2014)
Someday Jesus will separate the sheep from the goats. You know, sheep and goats...people who did lots of good deeds and those who didn't, right?

Myths and Fables (October 2014)
Atheists insist the Bible is nothing more than a bunch of myths and fables, but who's really falling for myths today?

The Great Divide (November 2014)
Just as the Continental Divide separates America geographically, dispensationalism seems to have the same effect within the Church.

A Portrait of the Messiah (December 2014)
Few characters in the Old Testament foreshadow Jesus any more clearly than a young dreamer with 10 brothers who wanted to do him in.

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