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  • Liberal Christianity
    on Dec 8, 2016 in culture
    There is more than one kind of "liberal." You know about political liberals. They probably vote for a Democrat or Green in an election. They disagree with political conservatives over how much taxes should be or how to address poverty or education. I...
  • Jesus is Lord
    on Jul 22, 2016 in Applied Faith Gospel
    It's the first and most basic creed of the Christian faith: Jesus is Lord. It's our answer to sin. Specifically, Jesus is my Lord. Jesus is the king of my life. I believe what he says — about me and everything else. I'm agreeing to live my life his...
  • Life and Death in a Fallen World
    on Jun 16, 2016 in Applied Faith Theology/Apologetics
    Last week we buried a 25-year-old. Her three-year-old will grow up only knowing Mommy from stories and a few cellphone videos. Of course, she's not the only young person to die. There are a lot of people burying their babies — be they 4 or 54. Her...
  • Could the Holy Spirit Have Died on the Cross?
    on Apr 29, 2016 in Theology/Apologetics
    I want to say up front that this isn't original to me. I read it somewhere, and I'd love to give them credit, but I can't find where I saw it. But it was interesting, so I wanted to share it here. The basic question is this: When God became a man to...
  • Curses and Trees
    on Mar 23, 2016 in Bible difficulties Devotional
    One of the odder events of Passion Week was the cursing of the fig tree (Matt 21:18-22). TL;DR: Jesus looked for figs on a fig tree and, finding none, cursed it, causing it to wither. People have been speculating ever since as to why he did that, wha...
  • The Resurrection of the Son of God: A Summary and Review
    on Feb 24, 2016 in Book Reviews Theology/Apologetics
    The resurrection of Christ is frequently attacked as an event than cannot have occurred. Critics say it's completely impossible, unhistorical, a myth. But there's another attack that it faces. Some will say it's "true" even though Jesus' body never m...
  • Fairy Tales
    on Feb 1, 2016 in Theology/Apologetics
    In the post-Christmas season, we tend to contemplate the earthly ministry of Christ. Let's start with how Luke begins the tale: "In the fifteenth year of the reign of Tiberius Caesar — when Pontius Pilate was governor of Judea, Herod tetrarch of Ga...
  • hello blog
    on Jan 28, 2016
    Well, I got hacked. Sorry about that.
  • On Human Trafficking
    on Jan 11, 2016 in Applied Faith Current Events
    It's Human Trafficking Awareness Day. Not only does human trafficking still happen, it still happens in the West. There are slaves today in the United States of America. More than a dozen cases of human trafficking were reported in the Dallas-Fort Wo...
  • A Johannine Christmas reading
    on Dec 24, 2015 in Christmas
    St. John doesn't get much love at Christmas. Here's a little something from him on the subject:That which was from the beginning, which we have heard, which we have seen with our eyes, which we have looked at and our hands have touched — this we pr...
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