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Hello, I Am Your Idol

It’s easy for the word idol to seem irrelevant; a bygone concept belonging only to pagan people of history. Idols and idolatry don’t have anything to do with modern folks like us. We’re past that. We’re secular. We’re enlightened. We … Continue reading

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Accepting Homosexuality May Reveal Bigotry

In a review of two books (one by Matthew Vines and the other by Ken Wilson) that argue for the acceptability of monogamous homosexuality for the Christian life, Tim Keller makes an insightful point about those who change their view … Continue reading

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Are You Going to Watch “The Shack”?

You may or may not have heard, but the bestselling book, The Shack (selling over two million copies in under two years), came out in movie theaters everywhere on March 3, 2017. There’s been a lot of hubbub about it … Continue reading

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2 Things That Will Happen If You Think You’re Saved by Your Goodness

Tim Keller observes what do to the Law when we try to obey it to be saved. If you are obeying the law in order to be saved, you must do one of two things: Change the Law, making it … Continue reading

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There is No Savior Like Jesus

In an excellent article titled, “The Importance of Hell,” Tim Keller explains how the doctrine of hell reveals the love of Christ like nothing else does. Tim Keller: Fairly often I meet people who say, “I have a personal relationship … Continue reading

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Our Cruel Idols

A lot of folks think that only primitive people groups worship idols. It is an activity born of ignorance and we have graduated from it in our enlightened status. Since we have science, technology, and great learning, we are no … Continue reading

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The Saturday Post(s)

Give Them Bread. What if obeying Jesus greatly hurts our relationships with those we love? “Pledging our hearts to heaven, we will not look back to Egypt or Sodom, trusting that true mothers, brothers, sisters, sons, and daughters are those who follow Jesus … Continue reading

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