Giving Leaders Authority

The following insight comes from a Quora question. The specific question was Why was the German military so successful during early-WWII? A questioner was interested in finding out why the hideous Nazi scourge was so successful militarily at the beginning of World War II.  Eduardo J. Belgrano, Polymath, Economics, Business, Military History, Quantitative Risk Analysis gave … More Giving Leaders Authority

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Al Mohler on the Eclipse of Religious Liberty

The following article appeared in Kairos Journal and at AlbertMohler.com The Gathering Storm: The Eclipse of Religious Liberty and the Threat of a New Dark Age MONDAY • May 18, 2015 Remarks Delivered Friday, May 15,  2015: Mister Attorney General, Mr. Sears, and distinguished guests, it is a great honor to accept the Edwin Meese … More Al Mohler on the Eclipse of Religious Liberty

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“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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Misinformation is Deadly to Your Church (or Church Plant)

Wednesday is for Thinking On Veterans Day I watched a short video about a Japanese attack on an American fleet during World War II.  Seems the Japanese launched 5 kamikaze manned torpedoes at a fleet anchored near Guam. Two detonated on reefs, one was destroyed by a depth charge, one was spotted and rammed by … More Misinformation is Deadly to Your Church (or Church Plant)

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“A Laid-down Life” :: What it will take to reach this generation for Christ

Thursday is for Discipleship Doing some research for this week’s message and ran across this in an old microfilm newspaper copy from World War II: “Christianity has for its common symbol a cross, signifying the glory and divinity of a Life-laid down” for a cause. Selfish footprints all lead away from Calvary, and not toward … More “A Laid-down Life” :: What it will take to reach this generation for Christ

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