The New Spirit of the Scripture Site

by Joshua Tilghman on July 5, 2017

So I believe it’s time to update the site to a new theme. This site currently uses an older child Thesis Theme that is outdated. I am going to upgrade to the Genesis framework and one of the Genesis child themes. Not sure which one yet, but over the next few days / weeks your going to see a lot of changes when it comes to the look of the site. [click to continue…]

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Christine Hoeflich’s New Book

by Joshua Tilghman on June 23, 2017

Awakening Process: Coming out of the Darkness and into the LightHey SOS members…

I just wanted to take some time out of my morning to give you a review on Christine’s new book, The Spiritual Awakening Process: Coming Out of the Darkness and Into the Light. She’s been a good friend of mine over the years. In fact, we sort of connected when I first started this site, and as you all know, her comments have been a source of inspiration for many people who visit the site regularly. [click to continue…]

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The Crucifixion of the Ego

June 22, 2017

The crucifixion of the ego has often been mentioned in articles and comments on this blog, also in the previous article, The Harvest is large, but the workers are few: Matthew 9:35-38 by Raymond Phelan, where it gave rise to a very interesting discussion in the comments. These showed that there are indeed many ways […]

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The Harvest is large, but the workers are few: Matthew 9:35-38

May 29, 2017

Consider the Bible’s creation: written over a period of 1,500 years and consisting of 66 books, the Bible was written in 3 languages on 3 continents and authored by 40 writers of many different cultures and systems of philosophy. The Bible’s contributors, from all professions in life, were all agreed on one thing: there is […]

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Timelessness

May 26, 2017

What is the purpose of time?  Psalm 90 attributed to Moses gives us a hint in verse 12.  “Teach us to number our days that we may get a heart of wisdom”.  This reminds me of the 2012 movie “A Thousand Words” where a shady character “Jack” played by Eddie Murphy is cursed to die […]

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