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Description of the Tabernacle

August 31, 2012 Leave a comment

in verses 1-5.

Categories: Hebrews

Hebrews 9 Outline

August 29, 2012 Leave a comment
  1. Describing the First Covenant
  2. Explaining the New Covenant
  3. Comparing and Contrasting the Covenants
Categories: Hebrews, outline

Better Covenant

August 28, 2012 Leave a comment

In verses 6-13, the author explains how the new promise of Jesus relates to the old.

Categories: Hebrews

More Than a Shadow

August 27, 2012 Leave a comment

In verses 1-5, we read that Jesus is the ultimate high priest, not limited by earthly parameters.

Categories: Hebrews, jesus

Hebrews 8 Concept

August 26, 2012 Leave a comment

Platonic thinking,¬†“a copy and shadow of what is in heaven.”

Categories: Hebrews

Jesus, Perfect High Priest

August 25, 2012 Leave a comment

In verses 23-28, we read that Jesus is our perfect high priest forever.

Categories: Hebrews, jesus, priest

Better Guarantee

August 24, 2012 Leave a comment

In verses 17-22, the author explains that Jesus is a better guarantee before God.

Categories: Hebrews, jesus

New Priesthood, New Law

August 23, 2012 Leave a comment

In verses 12-16, we read that a new line of priests leads to a new law.

Categories: Hebrews

Greece NY Bus Stop

August 23, 2012 Leave a comment

Suggested question: Would you change Jack’s bus stop? Why or why not?

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Please add your suggested Sequel questions in the comments.

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Dan Meyer Blogging Challenge

August 23, 2012 Leave a comment

I’m taking Dan Meyer’s “Get a Blog Already, Okay?” challenge.

This is my first year of full Common Core implementation. I’m a 7th grade math teacher in a suburban district in western New York, and I’m really excited about this year’s possibilities.

Thanks for Mathketball and this challenge to improve my instruction through blogging, Dan!

Categories: Common Core Tags: ,
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