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Uneducated Fisherman Taking on the World

Don’t underestimate what God can do through you. When we do this, we’re not underestimating ourselves, but God.

We must remember that of all the people Jesus could have chose to change the world he chose uneducated fisherman. 481 more words

Biblical Studies

Salvation from a liberal perspective

By Christopher Cudworth

The Second Presbyterian church in downtown Lancaster, Pennsylvania was our family’s religious home from my elementary school years through middle school. Then we pulled up roots and moved to the tiny town of Elburn deep in the cornfields of Illinois. 1,562 more words

Theology And Philosophy For The Post Modern Age

The Cleansing Of My Temple

One day, Jesus took up a cord of ropes and cleansed the Holy Temple area of the money making businesses. The Gentle Christ suddenly showed another side of His character, a tough side.  188 more words


Loving Our Enemies

In a world full of broken relationships, religion must lead us toward healing. Religion can help to decrease pain and to bridge the divisions created by fear. 288 more words

Book Review

Big Hole found in Naturalism

Naturalism has been a burden to Christians for over two thousand years now. We can end this burden if we are equipped the right knowledge we can put an end to it.


How to See

I happened to reading Mark chapter 10, out of the Bible, this morning. It almost looks like a patchwork of stories scampering together to make it too the next chapter, but there is definitely a pattern in this patchwork. 1,161 more words


Indifference Of World Towards Christ

In the splendid D’Orsai Museum, in Paris France, one of the top ten ranked Museums in the world, hangs an unusual painting of Christ. In a rectangular frame, the painting measures seven feet in length and two feet in width and rests on the wall at eye level.  453 more words