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A Calvinist’s Appreciation of Lewis and Tozer

I’m a Calvinist. Not only that, but I appreciate the writings of C.S. Lewis and (especially) A.W. Tozer. But I also know very well that neither author completely shares my views on soteriology. And that’s O.K. What saddens me most, … Continue reading

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What Does ‘Christ-centered’ Mean and Why is it Important?

Words tend to become meaningless over time, especially when used often. There are several words in our English language that have all but lost their meaning and thus their full impact in communication. Probably one of the most obvious is … Continue reading

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Why Worry About False Teachers?

I was browsing through Facebook this morning and came across one of my friends who had shared a recent quote from Joel Osteen’s page. Osteen’s post went like this:      Philippians 1:28 says, “Do not be intimidated by your enemies.” … Continue reading

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The Church’s Response to Same-Sex Marriage

When we are talking about things that pertain to society and life in general, we cannot forget that God Himself is the author of law, indeed of all things moral and ethical. Where else would it come from? Our very … Continue reading

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