Monthly Archives: June 2016

Political and Religious Discourse

Janie B. Cheaney’s article “The real idiocracy” in World Magazine is spot on in describing what passes as discourse in politics these days.  We don’t discuss ideas we congratulate ourselves on how right we are and we note how sad … Continue reading

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The apostle Paul, in Romans 7:1-6 and Ephesians 5:22-33, compares the relationship in a marriage to the relationship of Christ to those who follow him.  The Old Testament prophets also compared a marriage relationship to Israel’s relationship with God (e.g. … Continue reading

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None of us like to be criticized because it implies a failure on our part.  However, all of us, including us Christians, are finite.  We also are less than perfect.  This means we will make mistakes.  How do we handle … Continue reading

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