Monthly Archives: December 2019

Several Reasons Why We “Resist” Political Correctness

Originally posted on A Lady of Reason :
Many on the Left are still puzzled as to why conservatives like myself and many others are so resistant to their new PC “innovations”. After all to them, being politically correct is simply…

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Book Write-Up: Seeking Church

Darren T. Duerksen and William A. Dyrness. Seeking Church: Emerging Witnesses to the Kingdom. IVP Academic, 2019. See here to purchase the book. In this book, Darren T. Duerksen and William A. Dyrness examine different manifestations of Christianity, including the … Continue reading

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Church Write-Up: Light and Darkness

My church started its weekly advent service this week. The pastor spoke about light and darkness. Darkness is something that scares us, yet comforts us. When someone is at the door at night and we cannot tell who it is, … Continue reading

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Book Write-Up: Josiah’s Reformation, by Richard Sibbes

Richard Sibbes. Josiah’s Reformation. See here to download the book. Richard Sibbes (1577-1636) was an English Puritan preacher. This book contains a series of sermons that he preached on II Chronicles 34:26-28, which states regarding King Josiah of Judah: “[26] … Continue reading

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Church Write-Up: Eight, Numbering, Journey

Some items from church this morning: A. The youth pastor was talking about the numerical symbolism of various items in the church. One concerned the number eight: God rested on the seventh day after creation, but the eighth day marks … Continue reading

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