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There’s Just One Door, But It’s Open

Jesus answered, “I am the way and the truth and the life. No one comes to the Father except through me.  –John 14:6

Heat from the fire battled streams of cold air pushing through the window gaps of her family’s old house, but the wood in the fire was dry, and the stones of the fireplace were gradually warming the air around them. 531 more words

Carole Sparks


Perceptions – probably one of the key aspects to living well. To see and not to see, is the issue. To try and see things from a confined and dark room will always be problematic and in many cases dangerous. 19 more words


Commodity vs Exclusivity

When nothing truly sets you apart from your competition, your business becomes a commodity instead of an exclusive. When you’re in the commodity category it becomes a much tougher sell all around. 172 more words


Rejecting a Warning from Heaven

One problem that some express with biblical Christianity is the concept of judgment. Those who oppose the faith have a strong dislike of the idea that God would cast into hell those who do not come to him for salvation by grace through faith in Jesus Christ. 508 more words


Competition enforcer terminates RPM investigation into Coca-Cola

COMESA’s second restrictive trade practices investigation ends inconclusively

Having now concluded two non-merger cases (the first was an exclusivity issue in football broadcasting and sponsorship agreements, … 871 more words


Exclusivity In PC Gaming Is Bullshit

We all know that the console gaming business model is more or less having must-have games only on your platform to drive platform sales. This is considered to be OK by most gamers. 610 more words


How is God fair to those who don’t hear about Jesus before they die?

This quote is taken from Professor William Lane Craig’s article, How Can Christ Be the Only Way to God?

“God in His providence has so arranged the world that those who would respond to the Gospel if they heard it, do hear it. 142 more words