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A Diamond in the Rough: finding joy through obedience to the neglected commands of Christ

How liberating to approach God’s Word openly and faithfully, allowing a simple and logical rendering of Scripture! How freeing to read without bias or preordained conclusions that deviate from God’s heart for His people. How empowering to let “cultural context” only add richness and color to my understanding, rather than to twist and mangle Scripture to reinforce m...

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Color Vision of a Conscientious Objector

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The picture above captures me frantically running around during basic training at the Air Force Academy (Summer 2010). I had heard that it was said, "war is an ugly thing, but not the ugliest of things." I also believed in the Bible, but it seemed to be lacking color. It is hard to forget the summer after my first year at the Academy. After an arduous freshman year at...

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Debate on Christianity and voting

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The governor of Massachusetts, Charlie Baker, publicly announced a couple months ago that he would not be voting in this Presidential election on moral grounds. Indeed, this election has caused many people in the church to question if and how Christians should vote. The Society for the Two Tasks held a debate on Saturday, November 5th at Harvard's Kennedy School of Governm...

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Ten shekels and a shirt

Ten Shekels

Paris Reidhead preaches what could be called one of the most influential sermons of the 20th century. The real point of this sermon is an indictment of individuals and organizations practicing humanism behind a mask of Christianity. This sermon should be preached on a regular basis in every church in America. Listen here....

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