Tuesday is for Meditation Reading the life of George Müller, I always thought he must have had the gift of faith. His reliance on God is legendary and the stories that come out of his prayers and the life that he led have inspired Christians and non-Christians alike for 150 years. But a recent article … More George Müller Did Not Have the Gift of Faith! What?
Saturday Afternoon Musings “A surprisingly large number of people who think of themselves as Christians never get further than accepting the truth of Christianity. They believe that God is there–but they have never met him. They believe that God is able to forgive sins–but they have never allowed God to forgive their sins. They believe … More I Believe—What Do I Believe?
Friday is for Heart Songs We’re human. We’re American. We’re educated. We’re healthy (mostly). And all those blessings are opportunities for gratefulness. They are opportunities to acknowledge our contingency, our dependence on things outside of our control, and for which we have no merit. We are simply the recipients of the unmerited favor of God’s … More There is No Third Option: Either Prayer Fuels the Work or the Flesh Will
Wednesday is for Thinking The pictures of Margaret Sanger look so innocent. It is hard to imagine what evil lurked behind her eyes and in the recesses of her psyche. But where did Margaret (founder of Planned Parenthood) get the philosophical foundation for her racism and genocidal views? Look no further than Darwin. The following … More “Darwin’s Shocking, and Revealing, Subtitle” Unfortunately, prophetic
Tuesday is for Ending Abortion There are issues in every generation that simply must be addressed by God’s people. In the 1960’s it was constitutional rights for African Americans. In our time it is violence, racial profiling, and the continuing heartache of abortion. But the most pressing, I believe, is abortion. I came a cross … More “Questions Every Supporter of Planned Parenthood Should Have to Answer”
Tuesday is for Thinking What do Sigmund Freud, Friedrich Nietzsche, Jean-Paul Sartre, French skeptic Voltaire, Madalyn Murray O’Hair, Joseph Stalin, Adolf Hitler, Chairman Mao all have in common? Beyond the obvious that they were all atheist and materialists, they all loathed and hated their fathers. The modern era’s most famous psychologist, Freud argued that the … More They All Loathed and Hated Their Fathers
Saturday Evening Musings Great marriages are built not by perfect circumstances or perfect people, not be perfect bodies or perfect sex, not by perfect communication or perfect sensitivity, but by couples who learn how to love one another through the disappointments of life. Every marriage has its ups and downs, its joys and sorrows. Every … More Learning to Love Through the Disappointments of Marriage
I wish I could send this to every person leaving one church for another church because they got upset over some non-doctrinal issue. For more see: An Open Letter to My Cranky Ana-Baptist and Reformed Young Friends.
Saturday is for Thinking “I can do all things through Him who strengthens me.” . Philippians … More Bible Abuse: When Scripture Quoting Gets In the Way of Understanding
Five years old and still racking up the views. This post must have hit a nerve with people. You can read it at: Why We Love Outreach and Hate Evangelism.