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Love and Law

To say that love and law are antithetical to one another is to completely overlook the person of Christ. It was Christ who said that the law is summed by loving God and loving your neighbor. 255 more words


Hope for those far off.

There really is hope for life. So long as there is breath in our lungs and life in us, there is hope for redemption. He is the one who enables our each and every breath. 158 more words


Davenant on Rewards for Good Works

Here is John Davenant’s explanation of how Christians should view rewards. This can be found in his commentary on Colossians.

We conclude, therefore, that a reward to good works is proposed by God, and that it ought to be regarded by us,

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Why We Never Outgrow The Gospel: 3 Reasons

The Fundamentals

Each year during Easter week and Resurrection Sunday, both the world and the Church are on alert as to the implications of this event from a historical standpoint. 1,293 more words

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Learning From My Black Family

I was raised in a Christian context that, in the name of vigilance against the dangers of revisionist history, actively taught it. I grew up believing that the Puritans were the pinnacle of American Christian orthodoxy and that Martin Luther King Jr. 1,686 more words