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A Verse That Exposes My Weaknesses

By David Ettinger

A Matter of Conviction
Becoming convicted about something can take decades. Such is the case with one particular verse of the Bible I have read numerous times, but never brought me to the point of self-examination while at the same time exposing my weaknesses. 775 more words


If you accept Jesus and become a Christian, will God make you happy?

This is a wonderful, wonderful post from Amy Hall, who writes for the Stand to Reason blog.

She writes:

I had a brief interaction with an atheist on Twitter a couple of weeks ago that unexpectedly turned to the issue of suffering when she said:

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Q. Ontario public schools are pushing transgender education” to keep people safe”. What’s your opinion?

A. I am all for keeping people safe from being bullied, but I’m afraid all this rhetoric is clouding up the real issue. 419 more words


Is Mormonism Compatible with the Bible?

By Chad Owen Brand

Joseph Smith Jr., the founder of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, claimed he was restoring the genuine church to the earth, a church absent since the first century.

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One Thing Atheists and Christians Can Agree On

No doubt many have run into an atheist who is adamant about the non-existence of God (usually, in a more specific sense, the Judaeo-Christian God of the Bible). 777 more words


More Than We Realize

One of my favorite lighter moments in the otherwise gritty movie The Dark Knight is when Lucius Fox lets accountant Coleman Reese into his office to discuss Mr. 525 more words

Personal Thoughts

Gospel - MT 13 :24-43

Jesus proposed another parable to the crowds, saying:
“The kingdom of heaven may be likened
to a man who sowed good seed in his field. 431 more words