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Forum Friday

Well, you might not be getting a lot of regular posts here lately, but I can still put up a Forum Friday.  I’d like to say thanks to Eric Christenson, who was way out in front of me by getting his guest response to Psalm 7 ready.  When I actually complete the study for Psalm […]

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Forum Friday

We’ve had another down time for posts here at Ophelimos.  Back-to-back busy weeks have left me with little time to research, write, and post the Psalm studies.  I wanted to keep those of you who read regularly updated – I am not cutting back nor am I giving up that facet of Ophelimos.  The posts […]

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Forum Friday

Another busy week has left me behind on the Psalm 7 study.  I’m hopefully going to get some writing done, but expect the next study to be up on Monday – it’s looking like I’m going to be out of town on Saturday. On to the Links… I haven’t yet taken the opportunity to link […]

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Forum Friday

I wanted to take this opportunity to thank those who have been reading the blog since I launched Ophelimos in July.  I have thoroughly enjoyed studying the Psalms as well as passing on helpful and interesting articles and blog posts I happen to come across each week. Whether you are regularly reading the Psalms studies, or […]

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Forum Friday

Happy Friday! Normally we review the poll from the previous week in this space, but since it was a pretty pointless poll designed to fill space, and since the results were, um, inconclusive, we’ll just move on. No poll this week because we have plenty of articles to get to. On to the Links… I […]

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Forum Friday

Last week’s poll netted another seven votes, with the ESV coming out as the translation of choice for Ophelimos readers.  The ESV is what I currently use for Bible study (obviously), devotional reading, and preaching. Here’s another poll while I figure out more meaningful content to put here every Friday: On to the Links… This week […]

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Forum Friday

Another week, another Forum Friday here at Ophelimos. Last week’s poll, regarding which Psalm you were looking forward to studying most netted a record seven votes (!).  The runaway winner was Psalm 51, which at the pace I’m currently at, should be up on the blog in 2019. Another poll up this week.  Enjoy! On […]

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Forum Friday

Finally, a regularly scheduled post. Not much to discuss here regarding change, as the posting has slowed down a bit and we’ve settled into a decent (at least in my opinion) study template to go along with the First Impressions and Response posts. So, with that in mind, here’s your poll for the week.  I’m […]

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Forum Friday

First off, apologies for not posting yesterday.  My wife and I are in the middle of a home purchase and processing the paperwork and reading over inspection reports caused the day to get away from itself yesterday.  Top that off with me helping the ministry I used to work for move out of their old […]

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Forum Friday

Apparently, I need Renah Thompson to post more often at Ophelimos.  She did an excellent job on the article, and it showed, because we had the most traffic here since the launch date. The results are in from the poll last week, and an overwhelming majority of the four votes cast indicated they wanted to see […]

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