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The Most Important Word in the Universe

Some years ago, in a faculty devotional at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School, Dr. Murray Harris proposed this line of thinking: What is the most important Book in the universe? The Bible. Which book within the Bible is the most important? … Continue reading

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Are You Choosing Hell?

  C.S. Lewis: There are only two kinds of people in the end: those who say to God, “Your will be done,” and those to whom God says, in the end, “Your will be done.” All that are in Hell, … Continue reading

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God is Wrathful Because God is Love

If God is loving then how can He be wrathful? Isn’t wrath or anger inappropriate for a God who is love? Yale Theologian, Miroslav Volf provides one great answer. He was born in Croatia and lived through the nightmare years of ethnic … Continue reading

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The Saturday Post(s)

Love is Not Open-Mindedness. A needed reminder. “As it’s been said, the opposite of love is not hate.  It is indifference. Love gets angry when the good of it’s beloved is threatened.” Perfect Love Requires Perfect Hate. “My last resistance to the idea … Continue reading

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Love the Sin & Hate the Sinner?

Don Carson: One evangelical cliché has it that God hates the sin but loves the sinner. There is a small element of truth in these words: God has nothing but hate for the sin, but this cannot be said with … Continue reading

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