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WWCBT (What Would Charlie Brown Think)

Most of us are probably familiar with the iconic cartoon “A Charlie Brown Christmas,” in which Charlie Brown repeatedly laments over the commercialization of Christmas. I understand where he is coming from, and I share his longing for Christmas, as… Continue Reading

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The Mystery of the Gospel

Through us, God is showing His wisdom to the world. As believers, the way we live and the things we live for demonstrate the Wisdom of God to a watching world. As Russell Moore wrote, “The Church is a preview of what the reign of God in Christ is to look like. A colony of the coming Kingdom.” Continue Reading

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Refugee Gospel

With the recent travel ban and the subsequent Supreme Court decision striking it down, it seems that the topic of Muslim refugees is in the news again. So, I thought it might be good to take a few minutes exploring some questions surrounding this issue. What responsibility, if any, do we have as Americans toward the refugees of the world? What responsibilities do those of us who consider ourselves to be God’s people have in this situation? Continue Reading

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The Floodlight of the Gospel

These people saw something clearly, that I know is there, but that I’ve only caught a passing glimpse of. The Floodlight of the Gospel. O for a glimpse of this beautiful mystery, this white-hot, divine floodlight leading us, not beyond the message of Christ and Him crucified, but deeper into it. Deeper and deeper until the outside world fades from views. O for my mind to apprehend these glorious truths Continue Reading

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Six Biblical Words We’re in Danger of Losing Forever (Part 6)

This is the sixth part of a series dedicated to exploring some of the great historical truths of the faith, that I believe, seem to be in danger of disappearing or being forever altered. Continue Reading