Category Archives: The Christian and Culture

‘Tis the Season….

…for people to tell others they should or shouldn’t celebrate Christmas.  So I’ll restate — the Bible does not tell us to celebrate Christmas, but does give sound Biblical basis for us to do so if we wish.  In the … Continue reading

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“Would You Like to Buy a Poppy?” (repost)

Never think you’ve got everything figured out. You don’t, and more often than you like to think, you aren’t even close. Continue reading

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Trick or Treat? (reposted from two years ago)

We opt out.  Eight reasons: Few celebrations of Hallowe’en really involve witchcraft, but many treat it as a joke, something to be imitated in fun, rather than a serious evil. Many celebrations place an unhealthy emphasis on death and evil. … Continue reading

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Echoing Down the Ages

Two thousand years ago, the Lord Jesus Christ asked a question.  Few were prepared to answer it then, and few want to answer it today — but still, it echoes down the ages, slicing through human hypocrisy today, just as … Continue reading

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“I See Everything Different Now”

This is not the exact wording.  I removed some details, but below is the essence of what someone in our church told me Sunday.

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No Respect of Persons

Youth and children are not the future of the church. That is a humanistic, man-focused lie right out of the pits of hell. Continue reading

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“What does it mean?”

If you seek emotional / spiritual experiences that God hasn’t told you to seek, Satan will gladly provide one for you. Continue reading

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