Monthly Archives: October 2016

Unity in the Face of Differing Opinions

The following article by Pastor Bob Russell is timely for this election season but I believe it is much more than that. ┬áIt is a perscription for how to do life in a heterogenious society where people have widely varying … Continue reading

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Catholic – Protestant: And the difference is?

I am a Christian and that is the way I prefer to be considered – not a Protestant, although that is the broad category to which my Catholic friends assign me. I don’t see myself as protesting anything but rather … Continue reading

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Are God’s Love and Hell Incompatible?

Here is a brief article by Randy Alcorn, one of my favorite authors. He expresses here what I have come to believe. The original article appeared at: epm.org as: Is a Belief in Hell Incompatible with the Truth That God … Continue reading

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