Monthly Archives: September 2015

Pope Francis

Pope Francis’ recent speech to the US Congress included an admonition for a “renewal of that spirit of cooperation which has accomplished so much good throughout the history of the United States”. [1] While I am a fan of Pope … Continue reading

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High Winds

This past January 8th we raised a question in this blog about God’s involvement in our world. Specifically, we questioned Muslims who attributed to God the many lives that were spared at a mosque during a tsunami. In the past … Continue reading

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Christians constantly talk about salvation and being saved but what exactly is salvation? The theological definition of salvation, according to Webster’s New Universal Unabridged Dictionary, is: “Deliverance from the power and penalty of sin”. The problem is this definition does … Continue reading

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The Gospel

In this blog we maintain that when we stand before the judgment seat of God everyone will be judged based upon the knowledge they had and how well they lived up to that knowledge—did they fear God and do what … Continue reading

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