We all have recurring nightmares and dreams. It is usually some embarrassing situation about showing up to class wearing only underwear, or giving a presentation in a bathing suit. I still have the dream about being enrolled in a class at Texas A&M and forgetting to attend that class all semester long until finals, when I realize I have to go take a final for a class that I forgot I had.
This is the time of year that I start thinking about chili rellenos. Most people start thinking about turkey, stuffing, being stuffed by turkey and stuffing and football. But not me. I think about chili rellenos, because my mother had the world’s best chili relleno recipe.
It was so good that she always cooked chili rellenos for us on Thanksgiving instead of turkey, gravy and stuffing. Well, not always, but for the most part. She would save the turkey for Christmas.
I love the article by Aaron Denlinger over at the Alliance of Confessing Evangelicals. He shows that the first Baptist theologian was Tertullian, who lived from 160 to 225 A.D. Tertullian wrote that the practice of infant baptism should be done away with.
In an attempt to be non-controversial, here is my latest opinion: puppies are cute.
Unless of course, you have a dog phobia… in which case, kittens are cute.
Unless of course, you hate cats… so flowers are pretty.
Unless you have allergies… poofy clouds are happy clouds.
I’ve been toying with the idea of switching from my New King James Version Bible translation to the English Standard Version. If you have been around in evangelical circles for long, you know that the ESV is the new kid on the block concerning acceptable translations. In fact, Ligonier Ministries has so much confidence in the ESV that they shifted their Reformation Study Bible from the NKJV to the ESV.