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The Day Death Died

Posted by Ron Moore on

To the Roman soldiers, it was just another day’s work. The assignment of putting criminals to death had hardened their hearts. Gambling for the clothes of those who hung naked dulled their ears from the cries of pain. Breaking the legs of the victims ensured a shorter workday. Running a...

No Such Luck: Nothing Left to Chance

Posted by Tom Rojahn on

We love Pittsburgh! It’s our home and our city, so when guests from out of town come to visit, we enjoy showing them the character and charm that is The ‘Burgh.  On one occasion, friends from Florida were passing through—it was St. Patrick’s Day weekend— and...

Sovereignty in Tragedy: Lessons from Eliphaz

Posted by Ron Moore on

At The Bible Chapel, we’re currently studying through Job’s story—a man God described as blameless and upright, who feared God and turned from evil. When Job faces the unthinkable – losing his wealth, health, and family – his three friends come to his side. A little...