Dec 29, 2016

Why Remember?

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Here's an excerpt from Why Remember?, J. Nicholas Reid's contribution to the December issue of Tabletalk:

In an age of information and trending topics, the present can seem more relevant than the past. With all the advancing technologies, it can be easy to think that the past represents a step backward. From a biblical perspective, however, the future informs the past and the past informs the future and everything in between. The early chapters of Genesis, for example, are not fully comprehended without the final chapters of Revelation, forming one comprehensive goal for creation from a sovereign God.

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