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The Saturday Post(s)

But Jesus Never Said Anything About Homosexuality. “If you’ve ever claimed that Scripture says homosexual behavior is a sin, there’s a good chance someone tried to correct you with, “Jesus never said anything about homosexuality.” It doesn’t matter what Bible … Continue reading

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The Saturday Post(s)

Nothing Explicitly Christian About the Pope’s Message. “Nevertheless, even though the speech was historic, it was also a disappointment—not so much for what he did say but for what he didn’t say. For example…” Some Thoughts on Reading Books. Al … Continue reading

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The Saturday Post(s)

Things Jesus Didn’t Say. I like the end: “When Jesus finished these sayings, the crowds were super cool with his teaching, for he was teaching them as one who had a realistic understanding of the Bible and helped the disciples … Continue reading

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What If My Bible Reading Doesn’t Affect Me?

I don’t know if you have had this experience or not, but there have been times in my life where I was somewhat underwhelmed by what I was gaining from my own personal Bible study. I would think, “Although I … Continue reading

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The Saturday Post(s)

A Lustful Man Doesn’t Want a Woman. I appreciate Lewis’ comments on  what a lustful really wants and how that isn’t a woman. How to (And Not to) Minister to Families Battling Cancer. “Reflecting on our past and present experience … Continue reading

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10 Principles to Guide Your Book Reading

I have a wonderful two volume book set called Princeton and the Christian Ministry. If you are a pastor, you absolutely need to buy these two volumes. Page after page offers challenge, conviction, encouragement, inspiration, and excellent instruction on the … Continue reading

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The Saturday Post(s)

Millennials and the False Gospel of Nice. My favorite of the week. “One might argue that young evangelicals aren’t fleeing core conservative institutions, but flooding them.” What’s Wrong With Producing a Worship Experience. “The only thing of value the church has … Continue reading

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