Friday Files, 17 May 2019

, posted by K.W. Leslie

It’s the St Restituta’s Day edition of the Friday Files, SEA’s sixth-day look back at previously posted pieces. Their views sometimes reflect those of SEA; sometimes not. Our members’ names are in blue. Posts from…

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Friday Files, 10 May 2019

, posted by K.W. Leslie

It’s the St Job’s Day edition of the Friday Files—although St. Job’s Day was yesterday if you’re Lutheran, Missouri Synod; last week if you’re Orthodox; last month if you’re Coptic. Yet another example of how…

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Friday Files, 3 May 2019

, posted by K.W. Leslie

It’s the Sts. Philip and James the Less’s Day edition of the Friday Files, where we blow some of the dust off our previous articles and links, and read ’em again. If their views don’t…

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Friday Files, 26 April 2019

, posted by K.W. Leslie

It’s the St. Peter of Rates’s Day edition of the Friday Files, SEA’s weekly glance back at the articles and links we’ve posted previously. Their views frequently reflect those of SEA, but there are exceptions,…

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Friday Files, 19 April 2019

, posted by K.W. Leslie

It’s the Good Friday edition of the Friday Files (and St. Expeditus’s Day, if you really want to check out a saint too) —our weekly look over SEA’s shoulder at what we’ve posted before. The…

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Friday Files, 12 April 2019

, posted by K.W. Leslie

It’s the St. Zeno’s Day edition of the Friday Files, our weekly dig into the very back of SEA’s article pantry because we’re pretty sure we had a jar of almond butter in there…. The…

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Friday Files, 5 April 2019

, posted by K.W. Leslie

It’s the St. Æþelburh’s Day edition of the Friday Files, our trip through SEA’s memory lane. The views expressed in our articles and links are usually those of SEA, although sometimes not, so heads up….

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Friday Files, 29 March 2019

, posted by K.W. Leslie

It’s the St. Gwynilyw’s Day edition of the Friday Files, wherein we weekly look at previous SEA posts. The views expressed are usually, but not always, those of SEA; our members’ names are in blue….

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Friday Files, 22 March 2019

, posted by K.W. Leslie

It’s the St. Jonathan Edwards Day edition of the Friday Files. (What? Yep. Misunderstood soteriology, but still totally a saint. You do remember Calvinists are our sisters and brothers in Christ, right? Good.) Anyway. It’s…

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Friday Files, 15 March 2019

, posted by K.W. Leslie

It’s the ides of March edition (or, more appropriately, the St. Aristobulus of Britannia’s Day edition) of the Friday Files, our weekly glance in the rear-view mirror of SEA’s archives. What’s been posted here before?…

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Friday Files, 8 March 2019

, posted by K.W. Leslie

If you’re not familiar with the Friday Files… well you don’t need to be familiar. It’s a rundown of old SEA posts. Easy concept.

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Friday Files, 8 February 2019

, posted by K.W. Leslie

It’s the St. Juventius’s Day edition of the Friday Files, where we dig up previous SEA articles and links, and give you a little something to read over the weekend. They don’t always reflect the…

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Friday Files, 1 February 2019

, posted by K.W. Leslie

We seldom post anything on the weekend, so if you want reading material you’re gonna have to settle for a bunch of old stuff. But if you’ve never read it before, it’s new to you!

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Friday Files, 25 January 2019

, posted by K.W. Leslie

Every week, the Friday Files takes a look back at the SEA archives. Because taking a look forward tends to freak out cessationists.

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Friday Files, 18 January 2019

, posted by K.W. Leslie

It’s the Friday Files, our weekly glance at old SEA articles and links. Which aren’t all that old. Pretty sure we posted them within your lifetime.

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Friday Files, 11 January 2019

, posted by K.W. Leslie

Every week, we scour SEA’s archives for the very best. We don’t necessarily post that, though. But we post the Friday Files, which ain’t bad.

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Friday Files, 4 January 2019

, posted by K.W. Leslie

Wanna know what was on the SEA website years ago? Well you could just dig it up for yourself, but this way’s more fun. (And the links are more current.)

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