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The Foundations of Truth
"Myrrh"
A poem about grief and hope in the season of Christmas.

Read Article (Outside Link) Dec 31, 2008 - 7:56:18 PM

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The Scoop on Judging
Jesus did not condemn all judgments, only hypocritical ones - arrogant condemnations characterized by disdain and condescension. Not all judgments are of this sort. In fact, even in this passage Jesus actually enjoins a different kind of judgment once the hypocrisy has been dealt with.
Read Article (Outside Link) Oct 31, 2006 - 1:53:00 PM

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The Word Was Made Flesh
Christmas is like God sending his Son into the world to find all the Bin Ladens of the world, hiding in the caves of darkness and death. Instead of throwing flames into the caves, he first stands at the mouth of the caves and says, "Come out into the light for I have died on the cross for sinners; if you will receive me as your God and your Substitute and your Treasure, my death counts for your death and my righteousness counts as your righteousness, and you will have eternal life."
Read Article (Outside Link) Dec 24, 2004 - 8:26:00 PM

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A.D., B.C. - not P.C.
Our civilization is suffering what could be called a cultural death by a thousand cuts. The open sores are ubiquitous, but what happens to irk me at this moment is that quite some time ago I learned that my birth date is not what my parents always told me it was. [This may seem a bit off-topic, but read it to the end. It helps explain why we need to continue to stand upon our Christian heritage.]
Read Article (Outside Link) Nov 18, 2004 - 10:24:00 PM

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The Inevitable Result of Secular Humanism
America’s current moral insanity is the direct result of its embrace of secular humanism. Many may be tempted to believe our lot is a hopeless one. But it is not. If God could save Nebuchadnezzar, he can save us.
Read Article (Outside Link) Aug 30, 2004 - 9:50:00 AM

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Note to a Pagan
Because the state cannot be religiously neutral, some religion's principles of government will inevitably prevail over others. It is not a question of whether religion, but which religion.
Read Article (Outside Link) Jan 9, 2004 - 10:08:00 AM

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The Skeleton in a Religious Thinker's Closet
Everybody is a religious thinker whether they recognize it or not. The person who sees himself as being either religious or irreligious has necessarily reflected upon the subject of religion at some point. In fact, no mature person can ever hope to escape it.
Read Article (Outside Link) Jun 10, 2003 - 9:52:00 PM

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Zarathustra Shrugged: What apologetics should look like in a skeptical age
In his book Engaging Unbelief, my friend Curtis Chang tells the story of winning a hard-fought intellectual argument with a young skeptic named Alex. Knowing that he had decisively refuted Alex's arguments against Christian faith, Curtis paused, waiting for the inevitable moment of repentance—perhaps a question like, "What shall I do to be saved?" Instead, Alex said, "Yeah, well, so what?"
Read Article (Outside Link) Jun 10, 2003 - 9:51:00 PM

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Did Morals Evolve?
I have consistently put forth what I believe to be a very strong argument for the existence of a personal God and the reality of personal guilt before God based on the existence of self-evident moral rules in the universe. I think it's a good argument. But it hasn't gone unchallenged, especially by those who are committed to the belief that nothing truly exists which is not subject to examination by the senses through scientific inquiry.
Read Article (Outside Link) Jun 4, 2003 - 4:48:00 PM

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Refuting Relativism
People who subscribe to moral relativism will tell you that all beliefs are equal. They will tell you that we should therefore be accepting of other beliefs; and that if we aren't it is a sign that, at best we aren't very bright, and at worst are intolerant or even a bigot. To people who believe this way, the worst sin in the world is to be intolerant and exclusive, and the enlightened way is to be accepting. Yet, tolerance pushers refuse to tolerate Christians. Why is that? Because Christians are not moral relativists.
Jun 4, 2003 - 4:46:00 PM

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Who Owns the Family: God or the State?
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Read Article (Outside Link) Jun 4, 2003 - 4:45:00 PM

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The True Nature of Tolerance
Let’s take a look at the confusing and mistaken ways tolerance is used in our culture today. We’ll start with the modern notion of "tolerance," then show how returning to the classic understanding of tolerance is the only way to restore any useful meaning to the word.
Read Article (Outside Link) Jun 4, 2003 - 4:44:00 PM

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Scrap Culture, Join It, or Change It?
When Christianity began to lose its cultural dominance to secularism after the War Between the States, it was relegated to an opposite role, countercultural. Christianity became the ignored -- and sometimes persecuted -- minority. By the middle of the 20th century, certain Christians began to investigate what the proper relation really should be between Christianity and culture. This never would have happened had not Christianity lost its cultural leadership, but it is an investigation we cannot afford to dismiss today.
Read Article (Outside Link) Jun 4, 2003 - 4:42:00 PM

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The Heart of the Matter
Christians are often called "believers," while non-Christians are termed "unbelievers." Scripture itself speaks this way: we read that "believers were the more added to the Lord" (Acts 5:14), and that they should not be "unequally yoked together with unbelievers" (2 Cor. 6:14). There is obviously two classes of people distinguished by whether they believe or not. It can rightly be said that what separates Christians from non-Christians is the matter of faith.
Read Article (Outside Link) Jun 4, 2003 - 4:40:00 PM

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Light on the Horizon
My dear husband sat in a wheelchair behind the 'semi-pulpit,' not the one he can thump on when he gets excited, but a sort of wrap-around wooden guardpost of sorts. he preached a magnificent sermon from Psalm 36, a sermon of encouragement and conviction for our lack of faith in a Sovereign God Who does all things well. How can you sit there and preach that kind of thing when you have experienced so much pain, I thought?
Read Article (Outside Link) Feb 1, 2009 - 9:33:02 PM

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