The end is near


I began reading and blogging through the Bible daily in November of 2013. In the next week or so, after six posts on the book of Revelation, my year (plus a few months) of blogging biblically will be complete. The personal benefit has been tremendous in terms of my own spiritual education. I hope those of you who have been reading have learned some truth as well.

What’s next? I haven’t answered that question yet. I know I won’t be continuing the same daily pace of writing. It is too time consuming for one who is still working in a medical practice and has family relationships to maintain. I will leave the blog posts from the past year online. I encourage you to use them to help you read through the Bible in a year. I will be working on putting the posts into book format to share with others.

If you have suggestions about what kind of posts you would like to see in the future, I would love to hear them. I may continue in a weekly format, but my focus is still undecided. Thank you for reading and sharing your thoughts.

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3 thoughts on “The end is near

  1. This would be a challenging task, and one you may not wish to undertake. But you could take core doctrines of the faith, found in scripture, and see how they were brought forth though time to the present day. Baptism, the Eucharist, reconciliation, the Trinity, justification, veneration of saints, angels, being “born again”, holy relics, on and on. How did things begin, and how did they get to where we are today?

    But be warned. Wise men have undertaken this journey before, Francis Beckwith, Gilbert Keith Chesterton, John Henry Cardinal Newman, to name a few. The journey changed them dramatically.

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