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"My unmoving mansion of rest" by Charles Spurgeon

“The Christian knows no change with regard to God. He may be rich today and poor tomorrow; he may be sickly today and well tomorrow; he may be in happiness today, tomorrow he may be distressed—but there is no change with regard to his relationship to God. 96 more words

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No, My Friends, Christianity is Not for Everyone

We’ve heard it said so often that it has become utterly vacuous: “Christianity is for everyone!” “Everyone is welcome!” “Come just as you are!” That’s the way it works with well-worn phrases and catchy sentences. 621 more words

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From Evidences to Apologetics

Today I will begin a new phase of the series on the question, “Is Christianity True?” For the first 29 essays I’ve presented an affirmative case for making a reasonable judgment for Christianity’s truth and a responsible decision to become a Christian. 394 more words

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QUOTE (Oscar Cullmann) - Feb. 25

“The fountainhead of all false biblical interpretation and of all heresy is invariably the isolation and the absolutising of one single passage.”
~ Oscar Cullmann… 28 more words

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Being Human

Feeling like a human being, and connecting with other humans can be a struggle for me as an autistic person. So often, qualities that are defined as essential and “natural” to humans don’t come as naturally to me, or as I’ve come to realize, simply *work differently*. 373 more words

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"He loves her with all His infinite heart" by Charles Spurgeon

“God loves the church with a love too deep for human imagination: He loves her with all His infinite heart…

You may fear that the Lord has passed you by, but it is not so: He who counts the stars, and calls them by their names, is in no danger of forgetting His own children. 44 more words

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A Theological Defense for the Inspiration of the Old Testament Involving the Canaanite Problem

Among modern skeptics, the popular accusation against the inspiration of Scripture stems from God’s command to the Israelites to annihilate the Canaanites. In Deuteronomy, God commands the Israelites to “save alive nothing that breathes, but you shall devote them to complete destruction…the Canaanites…as the LORD your God has commanded” (Deuteronomy 20:16b-17). 1,938 more words

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