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Also He spoke this parable to some who trusted in themselves that they were righteous, and despised others: “Two men went up to the temple to pray, one a Pharisee and the other a tax collector. 110 more words


Justification - (Luke 16)

Jesus had just told the parable of the dishonest manager, saying that you cannot serve God and money. Then we find in verse 14 that the Pharisees (who the text says were lovers of money) ridiculed Him. 598 more words


Abide In Him - Or Die

“Redemption is meaningless unless there is cause for it in the actual life we live, and for the last few centuries there has been operating in our culture the secular belief that there is no such cause.” 1,036 more words


Everything You Wanted To Know About Judaism But Were Afraid To Ask, Part Two

This is Part Two of my interview with Rachel Lazerus, Director of Operations and Research Analyst at Coalition for Responsible Home Education (CRHE). We are discussing her experiences as “the Jewish person” working side by side with us former evangelical and fundamentalist Christian homeschoolers. 2,249 more words

American Christianity

Everything You Wanted To Know About Judaism But Were Afraid To Ask, Part One

I am honored to interview Rachel Lazerus here. I know Rachel from our shared advocacy work at the Coalition for Responsible Home Education (CRHE), where she is Director of Operations and Research Analyst. 2,072 more words

American Christianity

Into the Streets and Lanes - (Luke 15)

Jesus continued to draw large crowds as His ministry continued. Now more than ever before, it seems the tax collectors and sinners drew nearer to Him to hear what He had to say. 461 more words


Palm Sunday: Luke 19 The Hour of Visitation

Jesus came into Jerusalem, to celebrate and fulfill the Feast — of Passover. He came in from the east. With great multitude. They came in quietly for fear of their occupiers. 378 more words