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A Crucial Word for Christian Teachers & Educational Institutions

In the following quote, Carl Trueman, with pinpoint precision, diagnoses the mindset of today’s students and nails how Christian educators (Trueman speaks specifically of college educators, but it applies to any kind of Christian educator) must respond. Christian colleges cannot … Continue reading

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The Saturday Post(s)

Ashley Madison & Who You Are Online. “One of the great deceptions of the Internet is that it allows us to think there are two parts to us, the part who exists in real time and space, and the part … Continue reading

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Can You Say, “Imitate Me”?

D.A. Carson asks, ““Do you ever say to a young Christian, ‘Do you want to know what Christianity is like? Watch me!’ If you never do, you are unbiblical.”  Unbiblical? How so? Well, because Paul gives us many examples of … Continue reading

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Doctrine, No Christianity Without It

Doctrine (noun) – teaching. I have met a lot of Christians who have a distaste for the word doctrine. There are various reasons for this. For some, upon hearing the word doctrine, they are reminded of the stodgy, cold hearted, traditionalism … 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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