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Imprecatory Psalms versus Love your Enemies?

Q. Jesus taught us that we should love and pray for our enemy. Mt 5:44 But I tell you, love your enemies and pray for those who persecute you. 683 more words


Hypocrisy and Guile (843 Words)

There are two attributes we are instructed to avoid: Hypocrisy and Guile. Exercising faith requires action to align with belief, otherwise it is Hypocrisy… 976 more words

Foolish Traditions

Stand Up and Speak Out: Racism is a Sin

The tragic events of Charlottesville, Virginia have revealed again the prevalence of racism in the United States. Almost 60 years ago, the U.S. bishops spoke out against discrimination and enforced segregation in the 1968 document “National Race Crisis,” in which the bishops called for us to eradicate racism from society. 549 more words


Prayer - huh - yeah! What is it good for? Absolutely nothing! Wednesdays with Walter: Day 6

Last week the words of Rauschenbusch urged us to pray — a prayer of confession, not only for the sins that we commit but also for the sins of our fathers and the social constructs of which we are a part.   764 more words


Unleashed Wrath

A sobering thought from Jonathan Edwards. Since what he says is controversial in today’s theological landscape, especially with things like universalism abounding, this word and words like these are all the more needed in our day to remind us of the hard truths of God’s Word and every man’s desperate, desperate need of a Savior. 401 more words


Homegrown Terrorism is the Battle Cry for Repentance

More Americans have been killed in the US by white male citizens, often white supremacists, than by any other domestic or foreign group.1 Well-armed with guns and hatred of Jews, Blacks and Muslims, these white Americans fight to regain a white and “christian”2 nation. 991 more words