The Saturday Post(s)

Saturday Post

The Myth of Hate. “I’m told writing this post won’t matter. I can clarify until I’m blue in the face and nothing will change. It doesn’t matter what Christians actually think or believe about homosexuality. It seems the world will still believe what it wants to believe no matter what anyone says.”

“Good Question…I Will Get Back to You” & Other Stupid Statements. I really appreciate Patton’s engagement with common things we sometimes say that maybe we shouldn’t.

Why Our Moral Debt Could Be Transferred to Jesus. “Derek Rishmawy responds to the objection that ‘penal substitutionary atonement is morally repugnant because moral guilt is not transferable. It is wicked to punish the innocent in the place of the guilty…’”

John Wesley’s Rules for His Evangelists. I thought this was an interesting list with some good wisdom for all Christians to benefit from.

3 Crucial Things Single People Need to Know. “After working with a lot of single men and women over the years, there are certain principles and practices…that I would encourage single folks to develop which will serve them for many years into the future. These practices aren’t particularly exciting or thrilling, but I believe they’re extremely valuable…”

Five Truths About the Wrath of God. We live in a day where we have set ourselves as the judge and God’s character is on trial. “How can hell be just?” “Why would God command the Israelites to destroy the Canaanites?” “Why does God always seem so angry?” The fact that so many people struggle with these questions, and many more like them, means that more than ever right thinking is needed about the doctrine of God’s wrath…Here are five biblical truths about the wrath of God…

21 People who Forgot How to Shake Hands and High Five. Hilariously Awkward…If you need to laugh.

Is Politeness Killing Our Prayers? “Christians in North America are generally polite pray-ers. We tend to pray correct, respectful words that we think God wants to hear. But let’s be honest, many of our prayers are tentative, repetitive, and somewhat boring.”

That is Grace. Enjoy.

About Dana Dill

I'm a Christian, husband, daddy, pastor, professor, and hope to be a friend to pilgrims on their way home.
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  1. Pingback: Christians Don’t Hate Homosexuals | A Pilgrim's Friend

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