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Bible Reading and Some Good Blogs


I’m now up to Day 175 in the Horner Bible reading plan. At this point, I really don’t keep track of the day number, since I can’t match any number in the reading to that day. Now I’m on my second round through Psalms, so I calculate the day number based on the current psalm number plus 150. The only list left to finish is List 2, the Pentateuch, and I’m working through Deuteronomy.

For a few brief observations from the daily readings: the history readings especially bring out the rampant idolatry. Judges 17 verses 5 and 12 talk about the people making up their own self-styled worship. 2 Chronicles 11:13-15 has a similar case, the people of northern Israel doing their own worship in the days of Jeroboam. The next day’s reading brings out general idol worship, again in Judges and 2 Chronicles–and in Acts 19, the idolatry of Ephesus in the 1st century. Idolatry is also a common theme in the 2 readings from the prophets, although at the moment I’m getting a break from those subjects. Isaiah 40 is very hopeful for the future. Zechariah 11 is more about judgement (the flock marked for slaughter) and the First Coming prophecy about the 30 pieces of silver, such a low price they esteemed Him.

On to other matters…. in the current blog world, Biblical Christianity has a good blog, “Good men = good views? Yes, and not necessarily… respectively.” Another good recent blog is Fred Butler’s 12th in the “Studies in Eschatology” series: Apocalypticism and the book of Revelation in which he points out how Revelation has many differences from the non-canonical apocalyptic literature and we can’t use that excuse, that Revelation is just apocalyptic stuff, to avoid biblical exegesis.

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