The Ankgor Wat Dinosaur

Neal Pollard I have been to the Ankgor Wat temple complex, near Siem Reap, four times. It’s a fascinating tourist attraction, but there is one carving, among literally thousands, that stands out above the rest. It is found at Ta Prohm Temple. The temple was built between the late-1100s to early-1200s by King Jayavarman VII … Continue reading The Ankgor Wat Dinosaur

“I Know Who You Are!”

Neal Pollard A rich detail in the study of the gospel of Mark is the testimony of the unclean spirits about Jesus.  Mark 1:24—A man in the synagogue with an unclean spirit said, “What business do we have with each other, Jesus of Nazareth? Have you come to destroy us? I know who You are—the … Continue reading “I Know Who You Are!”

Good Deeds

Neal Pollard Good deeds don’t make the nightly news.  When a person serves or is nice to others, it rarely goes beyond the circle of occurrence.  That’s OK, because Jesus urges us, “Be careful not to do your acts of righteousness before me, to be seen by them. If you do, you will have no … Continue reading Good Deeds