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The Saturday Post(s)

Use Your Knowledge to Serve Others, Not Judge Them. For someone who is working through his Masters of Divinity, this was a refreshing piece. “Your gift of theological and apologetic aptitude and knowledge is not the only important gift…It’s given … Continue reading

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Three Languages All Christians Should Learn to Speak

Whenever you study anything in depth, you learn new language. Up and coming baseball fans eagerly learn new words/rules/phrases like RBI, line drive, pickle, strike zone, and home run. Cooks gladly learn the new words and phrases of the kitchen like bolognaise, bullion, … Continue reading

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This Can Ensure College Won’t Be Worthless to You

I don’t think it is an exaggeration to say that listening to the warning in this post could make or break your college career. If you want to learn anything at all in college or be sharpened in any significant … Continue reading

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The Hidden Treasures of the Interweb

Over the past few years, I have stumbled upon a vast amount of free online resources/tools for growing in one’s knowledge and faith in Christ. Upon my initial discovery of resources like these, I share them with others, but I … Continue reading

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