By March 29, 2010While we do not regard ourselves a charismatic church, we do not wish to be known as “anti-charismatic.” What we do insist upon is a spirit of love and unity, the total sufficiency of Christ, and the final authority of the Scriptures. |
By March 29, 2010We Christians in American desperately need such a radical paradigm shift. A new way of seeing. We need to capture a vision for eternal treasure, to become energized by it. |
By March 29, 2010Kate Michelman, former president of NARAL, says: “We have to remind people that abortion is the guarantor of a woman’s... right to participate fully in the social and political life of society.” But a pregnant woman can fully participate in society. And if she can’t, isn’t the solution changing society rather than killing children? |
By March 29, 2010Prochoice advocates divert attention from the vast majority of abortions by focusing on rape because of its well-deserved sympathy factor. Their frequent references to it leave the false impression that pregnancy due to rape is common, rather than rare. |
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Question from a reader:Is being so-called “rich” a sin? Does God always prohibit Christians from having wealth?
Is Genesis 3:8 sufficient to establish that God was in the habit of visiting with Adam and Eve in the Garden?
By March 29, 2010There’s no definitive proof, but the passage’s implication seems clear to me. |
By March 29, 2010God is good. But until we understand the truth that He is not safe, that He is not under our control, until we come to grips with the truth of His uncompromising holiness, we will never begin to grasp His amazing grace. |
By March 29, 2010This is a good reminder that there is a time to not only pay full price, but also to pay in excess to the glory of God, if that’s more pleasing and honoring to Him. |
By March 29, 2010Heaven is an actual place, in a real location, designed by God with people in mind. |
By March 29, 2010The safest road to hell is the gradual one—the gentle slope, soft underfoot, without sudden turnings, without milestones, without signposts. — C. S. Lewis |