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Freedom: A Lenten Meditation

By Daniel Deen -

*Dan Deen is assistant professor of philosophy at Concordia University Irvine where he is lead professor for philosophy in Concordia’s Core Curriculum. 794 more words

The Cantankerous Critic

Christianity Is For The Weak

By Joel Hess -

This past Sunday many of you watched an episode of Naked and Afraid, starring Jesus in the Judean wilderness fighting wild beasts and Satan with nothing but the skin on his back.  738 more words

A Voice In The Wasteland

Moralism Beatdown

By Bob Hiller -

Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) is an acquired taste. I must admit I do not watch a lot of UFC or MMA. Not really my cup of tea. 1,215 more words

Hope

The Wednesday Word: Just As I Am

It is true that the highest motive we can have is to seek the glory of God. However, such a motive is not required to come to Christ. 685 more words

Gospel

Westminster Confession of Faith: CHAPTER IX—Of Free-Will

1. God hath endued the will of man with that natural liberty, that it is neither forced, nor, by any absolute necessity of nature, determined to good, or evil. 201 more words

Doctrine

He Is Faithful

By Paul Koch -

Talking to people about our faith is at times one of the easiest and most natural things to do and yet at other times one of the most difficult and confusing endeavors on which we embark. 1,239 more words

Preaching