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Toleration Run Amok

by Bryant Evans on January 25, 2012

We are still being assaulted by the tolerance police. You know them. They are the ones that think we should be squishy tolerant and accepting of anything and everything. Of course the TP are not tolerant of our beliefs, thoughts and ways. My Good friend Scott McCown reflects on A New Tolerance Policy at the Morning […]

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Clark Sims Blog

by Bryant Evans on February 8, 2011

Clark has finally taken the plunge! My dear friend is writing for the Cottondale Converter, a blog he and Charles Steiner are beginning. It’s brand new so there’s not a lot yet but it will grow. Anything these two write will be sound and useful! Check it out now. Follow Preacher's Study Blog on Twitter […]

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Wednesday Blog Roundup for December 16, 2009

by Bryant Evans on December 16, 2009

We begin today with a post from Neil Richey which he calls “When a Preacher Stays Home on Sunday.” Please visit his site and check out the article. Neil also has an article which I endorse and was about to write myself. It concerns the celebration of Christmas as a holy day. If you have […]

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Wednesday Blog Roundup

by Bryant Evans on October 14, 2009

Good morning everyone and thanks for reading. Here is the Wednesday collection of article postings for your reading enjoyment. While I generally agree with the articles I post here I do not necessarily agree with everything on some sites. Use your knowledge, discretion and wisdom as always. Our first post is from Mike Ratliff at […]

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Wednesday Blog Roundup for September 23, 2009

by Bryant Evans on September 23, 2009

Hello again and welcome to our weekly roundup of interesting blog articles from across the ‘net. I hope you find these interesting and encouraging. Always remember that while I do recommend the individual articles I do not necessarily recommend the entire site. Most are fine but use good wisdom and spiritual discernment as always. Dale […]

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