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Japan – March 2011

(Originally posted on 3/16/2011) Would that we all weep for those in Japan.  In the midst of incredible political turmoil all over the middle east and in Africa, another unpredictable and incomprehensible blow is delivered.  I watched through tears as … Continue reading

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Crying For Caylee But Not the Unborn

(Originally posted on 7/6/11) Along with many of you, I have been watching some of the coverage on the Casey Anthony trial. One thing that has shocked me about it all is the fact that thousands of people have been … Continue reading

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The Sex Wars

It is no secret.  Sex is a BIG deal in our culture today.  You can’t live in America today without having sex of some kind thrown in your face.  It is everywhere. Peter Kreeft in his book How to Win … Continue reading

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The Importance of the New Testament in Modern Ministry

GIVING LOGICAL PRIORITY TO THE NEW TESTAMENT Tom Wells writes: “The large amount of baggage (presuppositions) that any of us bring to the Scriptures depends in a large measure on which part of Scripture we, subconsciously no doubt, read first, … Continue reading

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What is Dispensationalism?

 This entry is by no means intended to be a treatise on Dispensationalism.  That would take a large volume.  It is simply my way of processing some things I read recently. Dispensationalism has stirred up a great deal of controversy … Continue reading

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Strict Adherance to Creeds May Foster (not Prevent) Doctrinal Impurity

PRESSSURE TO CONFORM DESTROYS THE PURITY OF THE CHURCH Over the last couple of years I have come to see how denomination’s rigid adherence to peripheral doctrines in their selection of leadership has proven detrimental to the church’s overall doctrinal … Continue reading

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Post-modern or Post-Christian?

The effects of Postmodernism are undeniable.  Whether we like it or not, we are, all of us, postmodern is some way.  The influence on Christians and on the Church has been devastating.  Charles Colson comments: Tragically, postmodern culture has infected … Continue reading

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