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Things I Wish Andy Stanley Wouldn't Say


The Ethics and Religious Liberties Commission (ERLC) national conference kicked off yesterday and the theme of the conference is how to engage culture effectively with the Gospel. 545 more words

Jesus

“Greatest man in history, named Jesus, had no servants, yet they called him Master. Had no degree, yet they called him Teacher. Had no medicines, yet they called him Healer.

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Discipleship

SCARY GRACE

SCARY GRACE

Gary Shepard

Many people talk about salvation by grace. The word “grace” is often upon the lips and in the conversations of religious people. 454 more words

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Regeneration First!

Regeneration First!

Michael Jeshurun

We must distinguish between regeneration and conversion; if we are to gain a proper understanding of salvation. Often the two are confused to be the same leading to further confusion in differentiating between that in which the sinner is completely passive (or acted upon) and that in which the sinner in a sense ‘co-operates’ yet by the acting of God! 1,981 more words

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Which is the Greatest Commandment?

There is a lot of confusion within the Church about what Law is mandatory for Christians. And almost everyone seems to get it wrong!

So what Law should Christians obey? 861 more words

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Nazi Occultism - Ahnenerbe

In an effort to prove that a mythological Aryan race once ruled the world, Heinrich Himmler took control of the Ahnenerbe, a Nazi institution tasked with researching the archeological and scientific history of… 83 more words

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Lesson From A Folded Napkin

Tonya TKO said body language comprises 80% of our communication . This hold entirely true especially in fancy restaurants where an unspoken language is indispensable. Things such as raising a champagne glass means you want more wine; placing your knife and fork diagonally across your plate means you’ve finished your meal ; or putting an unfolded napkin on the table means you’re done. 400 more words