“I Don’t Love Her Anymore, So I’m Going to Divorce Her”

Thursday is for Thinking Our’s is a biased age. Every age is. But our biases are killing us. We are prejudiced about books written before last year. We are prejudiced by our passions, our experiences, our likes, our dislikes, our friends opinions, the politically correct climate, the desire to be liked, the desire to fit … More “I Don’t Love Her Anymore, So I’m Going to Divorce Her”

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Is it Time to “fall into the spokes of the wheel” in America?

Friday is for History and Inspiration Every age has its own challenges to faithfulness to the gospel. Most of what inconveniences and discomforts Christians in America does not rise to the level of persecution. But all persecution starts somewhere and that somewhere often involves much smaller compromises and subtle shifts in perspective. Martin Niemöller, a … More Is it Time to “fall into the spokes of the wheel” in America?

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Living Wisely with and Praying for Those Who Identify Themselves as Enemies

Weekend Musings Christians are called to love and pray for our enemies and even those who persecute us (Matthew 5:4; Luke 6:35; Romans 12:14). But we are also warned throughout Scriptures like the one quoted below, to not emulate or follow their example. Christians have not always been faithful to “the love and pray for” … More Living Wisely with and Praying for Those Who Identify Themselves as Enemies

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Learning from the Failures of Science

The following is from Kairos Journal.  This tragic story raises some simple questions for me: What “scientific conclusions” might our generation be equally embarrassed about in the future? What issues in our time is the Church, late to the game in standing up for justice? Will we learn anything from history? The article is below: … More Learning from the Failures of Science

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21st Century Preaching: Cowards Need Not Apply

Tuesday is for Preaching I have met too many of what I call “survivors”—pastors who survive in small or large places by only telling pleasantries, jokes, and sentimental soppy stories (the preaching equivalent of kitty cat pictures and movie shorts on wimp.com). These men seem to have read or imbibed from the culture around them … More 21st Century Preaching: Cowards Need Not Apply

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