Blogger: John Sundberg
Place: Spearfish, SD
Vocations: Follower of Jesus Christ, husband, dad, entrepreneur, website designer/developer, mountain biker, and sometimes teacher and/or preacher in the local church.
I’m expecting this blog to be a place to express my various thoughts, ponderings, and reflections on the Bible, God, the gospel, life, church, and the culture.
I should add that I am not, nor do I claim to be, a scholar. If you’re looking for scholarly, heady, articulate, verbose stuff, you’ll probably be disappointed with this blog. I do tend to be a thinker — deeper than some, shallower than others.
English Standard Version
“Unless otherwise indicated, all Scripture quotations are from The Holy Bible, English Standard Version®, copyright © 2001 by Crossway Bibles, a publishing ministry of Good News Publishers. Used by permission. All rights reserved.”
The current (as of this writing) header image of the lamp on a desk shining on an open Bible is a modified version of a free stock image that I downloaded from CreationSwap.com.
The current (as of this writing) background image is a photo of the theater in Ephesus downloaded from Wikipedia on this page. This is the same theater mentioned in Acts 19:29 when Paul was involved in a “dispute” with Demetrius and other artisans regarding the idols that they crafted, sold, and made their living from. Their issue with Paul was that he was proclaiming that there was only one true God, and none of the gods or goddesses worshiped in Ephesus were the real deal. In the end it came down to money (see Acts 19:25), and not “Truth.” No surprise there.