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So yesterday afternoon, in the midst of lying on the sofa with a 2 year old and a 4 year old climbing all over me, and perhaps bouncing on my chest and belly, at one point I told the elder … Continue reading
If you as a Christian don’t like the death penalty, it may just mean your heart is near to your Lord’s. Continue reading
God’s justice is immutable. He did not discard the full penalty for our sin, He paid it. Continue reading
Equal justice is still justice, moral pollution is still moral pollution, deterrence is still needed, nations still need God’s mercy. Continue reading
The reason unbelievers go to Hell is not the sins they have committed. Continue reading
They have exercised compassion for the killer at the expense of compassion for the victims. Continue reading