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How The Battle Is Won

After the dreadful fighting of the battle of Second Manassas, an aide observed to Jackson that the Confederates “have won this battle by the hardest kind of fighting.” Jackson, who had worked during the battle like a whirlwind, would not … Continue reading

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Boyd, Oh Boyd

It’s been a while since I’ve picked up the pen, but here’s a brief article in response to Greg Boyd: Boyd says that just because we believe Jesus is Lord of our life doesn’t make him Lord. We don’t make … Continue reading

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Why The Cards Fall The Way They Do

Theology affects all areas of our lives. It provides, hopefully, trust and reason why the cards fall the way they do. From everything to a job offer we thought we’d never receive to that tragic news that a loved one … Continue reading

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Ambiguity Gets In The Way

Jeff Bethke, the “Jesus Hates Religion” fellow is at it again. This time,  he’s published a promo for his upcoming book “Jesus>Religion”.  The new video is entitled “Jesus Still Hates Religion”. This seems more like a “I still hate religion” … Continue reading

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Jesus Loves The Old In The Church

But while they were all marveling at everything he was doing, Jesussaid to his disciples, “Let these words sink into your ears: The Son of Man is about to be delivered into the hands of men.” But they did not understand this saying, and it … Continue reading

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Twenty-Five On The Twenty-Fifth

Tomorrow, the twenty fifth, I’ll be hitting my twenty fifth birthday. As is customary, I thought it would be a grand idea to jot some ideas down about this past year. These ideas are propositions that I’ve learned this past … Continue reading

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Gordon H. Clark on God’s “emotions”

“Does the Bible indicate that God is subject to involuntary non-intellectual upheavals in his usually calm state of mine? Well, hardly. The West Minster Confession, the best summary of the contents of the Bible, says that God is without parts … Continue reading

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