Tag Archives: Church

Over These Prison Walls

I feel like, and have felt for a long time, that the church has been imprisoned by its own walls. That through its history, the church has created a prison fortress that has defined it since the beginning of the … Continue reading

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It’s Not About Your Happiness, Dammit

I recently read an article about, “The Gospel of Happiness.” No disrespect to Joel Osteen, but if happiness is your goal in life, then you’ve missed the boat entirely. In fact, your religion is Hedonism, no matter how thickly you … Continue reading

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This Valentine’s Day Beware a Cold Heart

I was saved in a Baptist church and blessed to find myself under the tutelage of one of the finest Bible scholars I have ever heard. In that atmosphere, as a young Christian, I was happy to accept whatever doctrine … Continue reading

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The Marriage-Go-Round

Saturday:    The Marriage-Go-Round Let’s Hit Pause For a Minute:     “And why do you look at the speck in your brother’s eye, but do not consider the plank in your own eye?” Matt. 7:3 The news this week is … Continue reading

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Blessed is The King

Sunday: The Triumphal Entry Blessed is The King “Teacher. Rebuke your disciples!“ Such is the call of an unbelieving world and a timid, tepid church and, so the Pharisees told Jesus as he entered the great city of Jerusalem. You … Continue reading

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OpEd: The Battle Within

My friend Dave will be ordained a deacon in his church this weekend. Denominationally speaking he is Presbyterian and will become a leader, (an elder, as they’re called), just at the moment of confrontation between the homosexual movement within the … Continue reading

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