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Why Christians Sing About The Cross So Often

Once I read a complaint that Christians sing about the cross too often. What an odd complaint! True Christians understand that Christ’s work on the cross was absolutely pivotal to our salvation. 186 more words

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Solo Christo 8

There is a tendency within us to worship or to demonise the creature at the drop of a hat.  The Melitians, for example, labelled Paul a murderer (Act 28:4) due to his being attacked by a snake, only to label him a god a few verses later (v. 258 more words

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Why Is Sound Doctrine So Important?

This post has been re-blogged from my friend Bruce’s site over at Reasoned Cases For Christ. If you like this article, pay him a visit, his blog is a gold mine of Christian resources, with over 500 articles! 902 more words

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Saturday Sampler: June 3 -- June 9

We Christians can be a sneaky bunch, as evidenced by Doug Wilson’s short article, Calling It Something Else in Blog & Mablog. I hate to admit it, but he’s right. 348 more words

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Medieval Christianity

The Middle ages are often neglected by Christians, even by many who actually read church history. The early post-apostolic era usually receives a great deal of attention, along with the reformation era. 753 more words

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The death of sin

Not what He looked like that did count

but only Him, His life did count,

He was the first-born from the dead

He is the church, the body’s Head. 81 more words

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Not One Tiny Bit Of Credit

Christians, even genuinely born-again Christians who love God’s Word and have a commitment to discernment, often struggle with the teaching that God takes complete responsibility for their salvation. 777 more words

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