Tag Archives: Luke 4

Jesus Preached the Fall of the Berlin Wall

The 25th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall reminded me of Jesus’ first synagogue sermon recorded in Luke: He went to Nazareth, where he had been brought up, and on the Sabbath day he went into the synagogue, … Continue reading

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John Piper, Two Mommies and LGBT Hamburgers

Last week Burger King introduced hamburgers wrapped in rainbow paper in one of their San Francisco locations. The company also produced a short video of people commenting on the marketing scheme, some in favor and some not, but everyone who ate a … Continue reading

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Yeah, I’ve Been That Guy

[This first appeared as a guest post I wrote last year for Laura Martin at her excellent blog Enough Light.] *** In The Four Loves C.S. Lewis discusses people who act in unlovable ways and notes, “They seal up the … Continue reading

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Sex Sells and Sex Provides

[I wrote this article for Think Christian last April, but it can stand a re-run. If you’ve never visited that site, take some time to click around there and you’ll see why their tag line is “No Such Thing As … Continue reading

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