Abundant Ignorance

“How silly of you Christians to believe in a sky god that doesn’t exist. You may as well believe in Peter Pan.” These kinds of statements are often seen in the comment section after an article that takes a Biblical position.  When I read them, I realize that the ignorance of...

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Answering Evil

Two questions demonstrate the difference between how people view the world and God. The first goes something like this: “How can a God of love watch the violence and evil in the world and not put a stop to it?” The second asks, “How can a perfectly holy God allow...

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Where is Jesus?

He was a good man in the eyes of many people. His outward life seemed perfect. All his friends trusted him. His acquaintances held him in high esteem. But he had a problem. He did not know the truth. But that did not stop him from teaching others. He was...

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When Love is Hate

The latest experiment in free speech on campus didn’t work out well at Vermont’s Middlebury College where a speaker was shouted down and physically accosted because his subject matter was not in the zone of the acceptable. “Racist, sexist, anti-gay, Charles Murray, go away” shouted the students. They followed up...

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A Message to Some Special People

Included in my daily prayer list is a special group of people. These are those who have been brought up by godly parents, who have heard the gospel from a young age, many of whom have even at one time made a profession of faith. But they are for one...

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