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Word Play: a Jambalaya Stew

Nary a bar room or bedroom escapes this interplay: “That is what you said!” “But that is not what I meant!” Words don’t always mean what we expect them to represent. That is the dynamics of language and ultimately of … Continue reading

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At the Intersection of Intent and Desire

“How is it possible for God to not get what he wants?” It must be affirmed that a Sovereign God always gets what he wants. But many seem to miss the distinction inherent in such a question. Although expressions of … Continue reading

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You Cannot Be My Disciple

Conditions, conditions, conditions. Why does Jesus put so many conditions on being Christian? Doesn’t he realize that such an idea is contrary to Protestantism? It is not easy accepting Scripture for what it says. Verse after verse, in our devotional … Continue reading

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