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Podcasts
May 5, 2018

Christian Dating

The Bible does not tell Christians how to date. That leaves so many unanswered questions for many Christians trying to figure out this thing called "Christian dating." On today's episode, we not only have a multigenerational aspect going on, but…
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Ethnicity/CultureHistory
April 16, 2018

The Problem is Enmity, Not Ethnicity

  Enmity. It is a word that has all but disappeared from our contemporary vernacular. Think about it for a moment. When was the last time you used the word enmity in a sentence or heard someone else use it? Exactly.…
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ChurchEthnicity/CultureHistory
April 15, 2018

The Noose of History

It's been quite a week on social media in the aftermath of the MLK50 Conference sponsored by The Gospel Coalition. As the conference title suggests, the main thrust of the conference was to sponsor, if you will, Dr. King's clarion…
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Ethnicity/Culture
April 13, 2018

WHY I DO NOT USE THE TERM “WHITE-PRIVILEGE”

I think it’s important to explain the title of this post before proceeding. Firstly, biblically speaking there is no such thing as a white Christian or a black Christian that would somehow imply a distinct availability of blessing, benefit, and…
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BooksCurrent EventsHistory
March 30, 2018

Good Friday: The Darkness before the Light (Journey to the Cross)

And when the sixth hour had come, there was darkness over the whole land until the ninth hour. And at the ninth hour, Jesus cried with a loud voice, “Eloi, Eloi, lema sabachthani?” which means, “My God, my God, why…
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ChurchPodcasts
March 28, 2018

Two Theological Journey’s

  In Episode 5, Ariel and Lisa share their theological experiences. With Lisa's Word of Faith and Ariel's Jehovah's Witness/secular backgrounds, this episode is sure to provide hope to the weary theological traveler. For many, the doctrines of grace do…
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Throwback Theology Thursday
March 16, 2018

Look Unto Me and Be Saved

Charles Haddon Spurgeon (1856-1882) is probably my favorite dead theologian. His sermons were my first exposure to good, sound teaching, so he has a special place in my heart. I wasn't familiar with his story until I read his autobiography.…
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BibleGender Issues
March 13, 2018

“Biblical Womanhood”: What is a woman?

****This post first appeared at Bible.org and is used with permission by the author, Sandra Grafe Glahn. She is a professor at Dallas Theological Seminary and has authored several books. Her most recent is, Vindicating the Vixens: Revisiting Sexualized, Vilified,…
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