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People of Other Doctrines – the new drunkards and gluttons

A friend sent me an email saying she’d started getting criticism from those in her blogging circles. The criticism? She was perceived as interacting too much with me on line. I was not proper company for her to keep. The … Continue reading

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Fellowship Farewell

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Why You Should Never Apologize for Church Announcements

Go to any church service and observe how people act during the announcements. Some pay close attention, some browse their smart phone, and some engage conversation with a neighbor who might rather be trying to pay attention or browse their … Continue reading

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The Problem with Church Membership Covenants – bad doctrine hurts God’s people

The Old Testament is full of covenants God made with his people: Edenic, Noahic, Abrahamic, Mosaic, Davidic. If those aren’t familiar to you, don’t worry. The point is that God makes covenants – a type of binding promise – with his … Continue reading

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Thoughts on the State of the Union Address and Finding Peace with God

[From the archives.] Friends Across the Congressional Aisle Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords didn’t make it to the State of the Union Address in 2011. She was in an Arizona hospital, having been rushed there just a few days before when a … Continue reading

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