Peter Hurt My Feelings

By Robert S. TurnerNovember 1966, available via Plain Talk, at When Peter first came to Antioch, he came to eat with me—or people like me. He visited in my home, and treated me as his equal. We were both children of God, and he treated me like a brother—which I was. Then some “bigContinue reading “Peter Hurt My Feelings”

Fixating on What’s Important, 6-28-2020

By Bill Fix I’ve heard people disparage the Bible because it does not include an outright condemnation of slavery, and such criticisms grow stronger whenever racial tensions are high. Why did Paul send the slave Onesimus back to his master instead of helping liberate him from Philemon? Why does he seemingly give slavery a passContinue reading “Fixating on What’s Important, 6-28-2020”