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“This is a human rights issue that must be approached as an area of common ground…”

“They built the high places of Baal that are in the valley of Ben-hinnom to cause their sons and their daughters to pass through the fire to Molech, which I had not commanded them nor had it entered My mind … Continue reading

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Just share the Word

And then you start thinking, well, there’s a context for everything—and I said, where is there a more appropriate context for the law of God than when someone’s about a half hour away from murdering their child? When you work … Continue reading

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Contextualization: Fight or Flight?

You ever get sneaking suspicions? Here’s my sneaking suspicion: I suspect that the reason that everybody’s into contextualization today has nothing to do with the diversity of people groups at all: nothing. As a matter of fact—this is radical—what I … Continue reading

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Arrogance and humility

This basic divide must either be embraced or reversed. So in the brave new world, arrogance preaches Christ and humility talks about self. –Doug Wilson In this evil age we have much to learn about humility (which we call arrogance), … Continue reading

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On leaving no room for discussion

I had a couple of exchanges with Tim Margheim, a Christian brother from Texas, on a comment thread of the Team Pyro blog a few weeks back, and his comments were so helpful I asked his permission to re-post them … Continue reading

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