Monthly Archives: October 2012

Go therefore and make disciples

Why is it that we have a fatalistic, pessimistic, cynical, faithless view of the future of the gospel in this world? Why is it that we have no hope in the power of the gospel to transform the lives of … Continue reading

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Fechten mit dem langen Schwert

Fencing as we know it today is a gentlemen’s sport – there are rules, you know your opponent must play nice and not kick you in the gut. The danger has been removed. In contrast, there is a new interest … Continue reading

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Fear and love embrace in worship

Now then, given the general content and affect and feel, the landscape of evangelical worship today, we have to ask ourselves the question, in the face of overwhelming biblical evidence: Where is the fear? Where is it? …Where is the … Continue reading

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Fear and love embrace in the home

Why should you teach the commandment, statutes, and judgments of the Lord to your children? So that they would obey the Lord. Obeying you is secondary. It’s important, but it’s not of primal importance. Obeying the Lord is. …so that … Continue reading

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Mosher’s Population Research Institute’s Malthus madness

For over a year now, I have been trying to get Stephen Mosher’s Population Research Institute to correct a significant mischaracterization of Thomas Malthus’s words in their video, Overpopulation: The Making of a Myth. (Some of my efforts are chronicled … Continue reading

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