Commentaries

Here are a number of my studies on the Bible and current issues..

Introduction

These are essays, commentaries and Inspirations of the Holy Spirit. There will be opinions, and denite points of contention. This is normal considering the subject matter. What I ask is only to consider and think about what is being said; let the Holy Spirit move within you, the reader. These discussions will include essays, a story, some dreams, thoughts and interesting observances. So for a little while, instead of standing with your feet rigidly planted like a tree with roots embedded in the ground; loosen them up a bit and step back to see a larger overall picture of things. Look at context, history, humanity as it is and has been. A person can always return and step again into the same foot space, or they may end up stepping forward into a completely different place. As in a wide range of thoughts and beliefs, one must ask themselves if they are defending a belief or seeking truth. The hardest part for most is disconnecting the ego from the belief structure; as if coming to a new conclusion is a bad thing or through the changing of one’s mind a fear of being
ostracized in any one of a number of ways. We thereby end up defending a mistaken belief we have entrenched ourselves in, when in fact all we’re doing is defending our egos. So I ask, please open your mind and heart to what is discussed through these pages.

Sincerely,
I thank you for your time, patience and interest.

Homosexuality, yeah I know, a taboo subject

Gay Marriage, so why not complete the subject

Who actually DID kill Jesus, CSI meets the Bible

Adam's Genealogy, a coincidence? I think not

The Cross of Satan, this one should raise the temperature!

Are you kidding me? A Religion of "Peace"?!!

Faith, we all have it in something

The Sabbath Day, time for controversy!

Who do you worship and why?

Origins of the Faith, some of how it all began

The Rapture, the third rail of Christianity discussions

His Sacred Name, whose name DO we use?

Replacement Theology, who gave who permission to replace anything?!

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What a mess, who's to blame for our current world?

Politicizing Jesus for one's own purposes

The Human Family, some just don't understand

76 no no's of Leviticus, a theological response

You're Protestant? A challenge of thought and practice

Fundamentalists, the truth behind the word

Grafted In, St.Paul's gardening analogy

The GREAT Experiment; what happened to it?

Once Upon a Time; a story of faith lost, and found

Satan's plan

Who is your king?

These are essays, commentaries and Inspirations of the Holy Spirit. There will be opinions, and
de
nite points of contention. This is normal considering the subject matter. What I ask is only to
consider and think about what is being said; let the Holy Spirit move within you, the reader.
These discussions will include essays, a story, some dreams, thoughts and interesting
observances. So for a little while, instead of standing with your feet rigidly planted like a tree with
roots embedded in the ground; loosen them up a bit and step back to see a larger overall picture of
things. Look at context, history, humanity as it is and has been. A person can always return and step
again into the same foot space, or they may end up stepping forward into a completely di

erent place.
As in a wide range of thoughts and beliefs, one must ask themselves if they are defending a belief
or seeking truth. The hardest part for most is disconnecting the ego from the belief structure; as if
coming to a new conclusion is a bad thing or through the changing of one’s mind a fear of being
ostracized in any one of a number of ways. We thereby end up defending a mistaken belief we have
entrenched ourselves in, when in fact all we’re doing is defending our egos. So I ask, please open your
mind and heart to what is discussed through these pages.
Sincerely,
I thank you for your time, patience and interest.
I hope you enjoy the read.
Donald B. Evans