Lawson Stone

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Noah and the Flood

As the link to my blog post “Re-Writing Noah: Seven Things You Might not Know about theBiblical Flood Story”  slides off the main Seedbed page, I thought a […]

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Recollection of a Hanging

  For a long time I’ve harbored a deep interest in Islam and all things Arabic. It began in seminary with a course on introductory literary Arabic. The sinuous, […]

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Violence in the Old Testament-Part 1

This video installment of Asbury Seminary’s “Seven Minute Seminary” the first of at least 3 parts addressing the issue of violence in the Old Testament. The topic is […]

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Sanity in an Insane World-Part 3

So, walking into the room filled with gas fumes that was the upset king of Babylon, Nebuchadnezzar, we’ve noticed Daniel could confront the fear and insanity of the […]

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Sanity in an Insane World-Part 2

I think there is much we can learn from Daniel in general, and particularly from the story of Nebuchadnezzar’s insanity in Daniel 4, about how believers can live […]

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Sanity in an Insane World

I was given a last minute assignment to preach in the Asbury Seminary chapel on Tuesday April 16. With no particular idea prominent on my mind, I simply […]

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