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Why Repentance Looks Different for Different Folks

Repenting of sin always involves the same process, but it doesn’t look the same. Benjamin Shaw explains it well. Imagine repentance as a man walking in one direction who suddenly realizes that he is walking in the opposite direction from … Continue reading

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The Saturday Post(s)

The Theology of Donald Trump. Michael Horton sheds needed light: “Trump reveals, in short, that for many evangelicals, the word evangelical means something that many increasingly do not recognize as properly Christian, much less evangelical. Then again, if the working … Continue reading

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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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Why Do Christians Seem to Lose the TV Debates on Homosexuality?

Have you ever noticed how TV “debates” about homosexuality between Christians and non-Christians often go terribly wrong for the Christian? In the course of such shows, the Christian almost inevitably ends up looking like a prejudiced knave and the supporters … Continue reading

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Religions Are Products of Culture and Geography, Not Truth. Here is Brett Kunkle’s really good answer to that objection. How Do You Know If You’re Repentant. “Here are 12 signs we have a genuinely repentant heart…” Don’t Be Too Quick … Continue reading

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When An “A-” is an “F”

This past Sunday, one of the pastors at our church preached a powerful and encouraging sermon from John 1:35-51 about following Christ. As I listened, I was reminded about how radically different following Jesus is compared to other things we … Continue reading

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A Throne & a Cross

In a day where there seems to be a lot of misunderstanding of what following Jesus actually entails, I found this simple point and illustration to be profoundly helpful. J.D. Greear writes: Jesus said following Him meant “denying ourselves” and “taking … Continue reading

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