Monthly Archives: October 2010

Faith Like A Child

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Ten Favorite Myths

The Ten Favorite Myths: 1. Jesus Christ was only a great moral teacher. *Matt 13:34-35 “..All these things Jesus said to the crowds in parables; indeed, he said nothing to them without a parable. This was to fulfill what was spoken … Continue reading

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Prayer Continued

Yesterday, I posted an excellent link (written by David Gundersen) aimed at strengthening our prayer lives. If you haven’t checked it out yet, I assure you its well worth the 5 minutes. I wanted to continue with the theme of prayer … Continue reading

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Prayer

This is a phenomenal (and brief) resource on prayer. Give it a good look. Lessons from the School of Prayer – David “Gunner” Gundersen

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Back to the Basics

There is a simple principle or message that flows throughout the entire New Testament. It is so basic that Christians (including myself) seem to overlook it from time to time. You know when you hold a book so close to … Continue reading

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Am I really as bad as the Bible makes me out to be?

The majority of Bible-readers, I assume, whether consciously or unconsciously, have struggled with the question: Am I really as bad as the Bible makes me out to be? The line-of-thought usually goes something like this — ‘Sure, from time to … Continue reading

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Soft Soap

This post is somewhat of a sequel to an earlier post of mine, so start here: The Great God of Feelings. I’m slowly finding out that there are very few self-proclaimed atheists left. Few are those who hold to a strict materialistic … Continue reading

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