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Blindness

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In the first century, blindness was an absolute curse. There was no Society for the Blind. No seeing-eye-dogs. No white canes. Only begging. “Alms for the blind.” There was also …

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Latte: (n)

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Italian for, “you paid too much for that coffee.” Did I make you chuckle? There’s a restaurant in Austin, Texas that is famous for it’s message board, always containing some …

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Christian Dominionism

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Okay. This blog is about theology and it’s importance. Theology is ” the study of religious faith, practice, and experience especially the study of God and of God’s relation to the …

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More Accurately

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I’ve known about Apollos since my childhood. My Sunday school classes always mentioned him when we studied Acts. My teachers emphasized that although Apollos was a gifted speaker and well-educated, …

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Receiving Truth

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Last night, my wife and I completed watching the 3-part Ken Burns documentary, The US and the Holocaust. It is a stunning film, and any American who wants some perspective …

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Nihilism 2022

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I heard a conversation recently about the knowability of virtue, and it put into crystal-clear perspective the chasm that exists between Christian faith and the relativism of our age. In …

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The Image of God

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Text: Hebrews 1 1-3 Going through a long line of prophets, God has been addressing our ancestors in different ways for centuries. Recently he spoke to us directly through his …

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