Caleb Lewis
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Bible reading plans...
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What are some of your favorite reading plans? Do you follow a plan to read the Bible?What is the shortest amount of time that it's taken you to read the whole Bible?Do you have any audio Bibles that…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by James (Jim) Brenneman Sep 24, 2013.

The Star of Bethlehem DVD

Have any of you seen this, and if so, are the claims that Rick Larson made about the Star true or not?Now I do believe that the Star was a real occurrence, but in my opinion the claims he makes do…Continue

Started Aug 31, 2012

Manuscripts of the Old and New Testaments
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Should most of them be considered accurate, or should certain ones be elevated above the others?Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by James (Jim) Brenneman Sep 24, 2013.

Favorite Bible passages
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One of my favorite passages in the Bible is Hebrews 1:1-4:"In many parts and in many ways of old, God spoke to the fathers in the prophets, in these last days He spoke to us in the Son, whom He…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Tom Ragsdale Aug 20, 2012.

 

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James (Jim) Brenneman replied to Caleb Lewis's discussion 'Bible reading plans...'
"This is for an audience who is willing to admit "I have never really read through the Bible." Then it is a massive, instantaneous intervention in a single week end. Lets get 'er done."
Sep 24, 2013
Charles Jones replied to Caleb Lewis's discussion 'Bible reading plans...'
"Mind=blown. Much more impressive (and dedicated) than my casual 7-month long "at least 5 chapters per day" plan."
Sep 24, 2013
James (Jim) Brenneman replied to Caleb Lewis's discussion 'Manuscripts of the Old and New Testaments'
"When it comes to the NT, we have thousands of MSS, and 80% of them are together in almost 99% agreement. The other 20% are in conflict with only about 5% of the text, and these are in great disarray amongst themselves over the readings of that…"
Sep 24, 2013
James (Jim) Brenneman replied to Caleb Lewis's discussion 'Bible reading plans...'
"I designed a plan to read the Bible in a single WEEK-END, non-stop - like for a men's retreat. Its called "Panoramic Reading of the New Testament." You start at about 6:00 pm on a Friday night, till 10:00 -with a few stretch…"
Sep 24, 2013
Caleb Lewis posted a discussion

Bible reading plans...

What are some of your favorite reading plans? Do you follow a plan to read the Bible?What is the shortest amount of time that it's taken you to read the whole Bible?Do you have any audio Bibles that you've enjoyed listening to?Input would be very much appreciated!See More
Sep 24, 2013
Caleb Lewis and Alexander Martin are now friends
Dec 18, 2012
Caleb Lewis replied to Terrance Egolf's discussion 'Evolutionary Math?'
"Have either of you read The Ultimate Proof of Creation by Dr. Jason Lisle?"
Dec 17, 2012
Caleb Lewis replied to Terrance Egolf's discussion 'Evolutionary Math?'
"http://www.answersingenesis.org/articles/am/v7/n1/equationThe above article says exactly what I was trying to say, and I recommend that those who are interested would read it.And here is another interesting…"
Dec 17, 2012
Caleb Lewis replied to Terrance Egolf's discussion 'Evolutionary Math?'
"Because God is "metaphysically objective" (Homes, Arthur F., All Truth Is God's Truth, William B. Eerd mans, Grand Rapids, p. 37, 1977)."
Dec 16, 2012
Caleb Lewis replied to Terrance Egolf's discussion 'Evolutionary Math?'
"Isn't the Bible objective truth?"
Dec 16, 2012
Caleb Lewis replied to Terrance Egolf's discussion 'Evolutionary Math?'
"How would you define objectivity?"
Dec 15, 2012
Caleb Lewis replied to Terrance Egolf's discussion 'Evolutionary Math?'
"Maybe I misunderstood the word objective. What I meant was that Christians and unbelievers can have knowledge of things that are true, however only Christians have a true justification for knowledge in the Bible."
Dec 15, 2012
Caleb Lewis replied to Terrance Egolf's discussion 'Evolutionary Math?'
"Amen!"
Dec 15, 2012
Caleb Lewis replied to Terrance Egolf's discussion 'Evolutionary Math?'
"Objectivity is possible when it comes to certain things, like knowing that the sky is blue. However, the only reason I (or anyone else!) can know anything objectively is because the Bible is true!"
Dec 14, 2012
Caleb Lewis replied to Terrance Egolf's discussion 'Evolutionary Math?'
"Man didn't invent mathematical concepts, he only discovered the order that God created at the beginning!"
Dec 13, 2012
Caleb Lewis replied to Terrance Egolf's discussion 'Evolutionary Math?'
"The various ways that fallible humans express mathematical concepts are not perfect, but the concepts or laws of mathematics are, as Jason Lisle said, internally consistent, invariant, applicable everywhere, absolute, and reflect God's…"
Dec 13, 2012
Caleb Lewis replied to Terrance Egolf's discussion 'Evolutionary Math?'
"Many mathematicians over the years have admitted that they do not understand why mathematics relates to the physical world. In the book I mentioned in my previous post (Mathematics: Is God Silent? by James Nickel), the author makes a very meaningful…"
Dec 13, 2012
Caleb Lewis replied to Terrance Egolf's discussion 'Evolutionary Math?'
"Have any of you heard about or read the book entitled Mathematics: Is God Silent?"
Dec 12, 2012
James Powell replied to Caleb Lewis's discussion 'The Annals of The World by James Ussher' in the group Book Talk
"I've read much of it for a project in ancient history. He did a great job - but there are places where I believe he is mistaken. One place is where he puts the children of Israel in Egypt for 215 years, and another is where he rejects Annius…"
Sep 18, 2012
Caleb Lewis posted a discussion

The Star of Bethlehem DVD

Have any of you seen this, and if so, are the claims that Rick Larson made about the Star true or not?Now I do believe that the Star was a real occurrence, but in my opinion the claims he makes do not line up with Scripture. What do you think about this issue?See More
Aug 31, 2012

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At 9:17am on August 8, 2012, Caleb Lewis said…

Thank you Steven!

At 8:44pm on August 7, 2012, Steven Posey said…

Hi Caleb, welcome. Glad you're on here.

 
 
 

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