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Voting, “Lesser of Two Evils”, and Scripture (Part I)

Christians need to remember — the same God who sent Nebuchadnezzar to eat grass is still in control. Continue reading

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Homosexual “Marriage” in Scotland

Legislation can’t make these marriages, anymore than legislation could hold back tides, reverse aging, or give us snow in July. Continue reading

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Progression of Sin’s Acceptance

And so that which was illegal, because of its immoral nature, has become something which it is illegal to fail to endorse. Tyranny. For evil will eventually be unsatisfied to merely coexist with good. Continue reading

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One of the Costs of Ignoring Sin Nature

The vast majority of individuals, no matter what their socio-economic background, do not have a rap sheet 50 items long. Even if most of a person’s crimes weren’t that “serious”, that kind of criminal record reveals a person’s total disregard for law and their fellow-man. The worst offenders are people who have chosen a life of evil, of theft, of violence, and no one is stopping them. There is nothing complicated about evil. It’s what people do if there is neither internal self-discipline nor external restraint to stop them. Continue reading

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Inscribing the Arches (part three)

Conquer or be conquered. Overcome evil with good, or be overcome by evil. Will you win or will you lose?

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“They’re Just Bad”

This miniature philosopher looked at me, and said something that showed he had more discernment than most politicians, many theologians, lots of police officers, and probably about 99% of all social workers. “They’re just bad.”

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Three Overarching Instructions (part three)

Continuing my sermon summary on Romans 12:9.  Monday I posted part one, and Friday part two.  This post is the last one on this verse. Our text: Let love be without dissimulation. Abhor that which is evil; cleave to that which is … Continue reading

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