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Daily Archives: March 18, 2019
Originally posted on theoutwardquest:
In Romans 13:11 Paul wrote that salvation was now nearer than when he and his readers had first become convinced about Jesus. Paul had become convinced in Damascus twenty some years before. From the beginning he…
1. Christian ethics has the damaging reputation for being unnatural. For making demands that run contrary to human nature. I expect many men never give the Christian faith serious consideration because they think it’s so unnatural. 1,857 more words via Is … Continue reading
From an essay in the Raleigh News and Observer: Here are the reasons why, all things being equal, Christians must go to church: Christianity is a team sport. Permit me a humble analogy. You might see yourself as a terrific … Continue reading