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Remembrance Sunday and the Christian View of War

Every November, you can find those who claim Christians shouldn’t observe Remembrance Sunday.  They claim it glorifies war, and that Christians should always oppose war, and anything to do with war.  The Scriptures, though, teach a different perspective. I covered … Continue reading

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When God Starts Something….

On Wednesday in our Bible study, we were looking at the Biblical teaching of Creation, and found our way to Psalm 96.  I expanded briefly on one aspect of the topic of Creation and used that as a jumping off … Continue reading

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The Bible — Not Like Archaeology — Always True, Always Reliable

We weigh the story we think the stones are telling us by the Book, not the other way around. Continue reading

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Church Problems — They Are Always Doctrinal

Most pastors have heard it many times, especially if they are active on the Internet — it hits their email inbox all the time.  “Something has gone wrong in my church.”  Sometimes it is from another pastor, sometimes a member … Continue reading

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The Resurrection — Six Ways God Made it Easier to Believe

God, in His mercy, knew that human faith is weak, and He gave us things that make it easier to believe. Continue reading

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Principles of Biblical Counselling

Lots of things pass for “counselling” in the world today. Continue reading

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Human “Races” have Intellectual and Moral Differences?

There is, however, no doubt that the various races, when carefully compared and measured, differ much from each other,–as in the texture of the hair, the relative proportions of all parts of the body….  Their mental characteristics are likewise very … Continue reading

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