Monthly Archives: January 2012

Why do the heathen nations vainly rage?

I’ve already written a review of the Everlasting Word Band’s album Rise Up, O Just One, but I wanted to expand on one of the best songs from that album: Why do the heathen nations vainly rage?

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Extermination safer than keeping your slave alive: study

The researchers also cited a study from the Centers for Uprising Control and Prevention which found that, from 1798 to 1801, the most common complications associated with slaveholding — including disorderliness, insubordination, and even armed uprisings — happened more often … Continue reading

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Album review: Rise Up, O Just One

This is a review of the Everlasting Word Band‘s first album, Rise Up, O Just One, which was released August 2009. Everlasting Word Band is a ministry of Christ The Word Presbyterian Church (PCA) in Toledo, Ohio.

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Spiritual abortion post

Yesterday I put up a post titled “Spiritual abortion”, but it ended up being a function of spiritual pride rather than edification, so I have taken it down. The heart is deceitful above all things — who can know it? … Continue reading

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No more barbarism: Stop killing Peter to save Paul

I just sent this letter to the Editor of the Muncie Star Press regarding an editorial in today’s paper.

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Worship wars: Worship as fuel for the fight

By wars in this case, I mean: That great struggle which makes up the entirety of the Christian life from first blush to final breath, the good fight of faith; and by worship I mean: The wonderful help that song … Continue reading

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