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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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Christians and Scriptural Consistency

Timothy Keller is one of my favorite Christian theologians and writers. In the following article which appeared in Church Leaders as Why Same-Sex Acts Got the Death Penalty in OT but Not Today Keller provides his views regarding seeming inconsistencies in … Continue reading

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Good Leadership is Courageous Leadership

I’m not a Catholic. I do, however, have some great friends who are and I am impressed with their love of Jesus and His church.  Anyone who follows the media regarding what is happening in the Catholic church is well … Continue reading

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Is the Bible Inconsistent on Same-Sex Acts The above is a link to an article by Dr. Timothy Keller.  Dr. Keller is Pastor of the Redeemer Presbyterian Church in New York City.  Redeemer is notable not only for winning skeptical … Continue reading

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Just How Bad Can Bad Be?

We don’t normally go through our days contemplating theological topics like the doctrine of original sin.  But, that doesn’t mean they’re not important and don’t deserve our attention.  I certainly don’t know all the opposing views on the controversial issue … Continue reading

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