Monthly Archives: August 2013

G. K. Chesterton on Comparative Religion

Comparative religion is very comparative indeed. That is, it is so much a matter of degree and distance and difference that it is only comparatively successful when it tries to compare. When we come to look at it closely we … Continue reading

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For King’s Adviser, Fulfilling The Dream ‘Cannot Wait’ : NPR

For King’s Adviser, Fulfilling The Dream ‘Cannot Wait’ : NPR.

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Didache 1

Originally posted on A Pastor's Thoughts:
The title of the Didache in the manuscript discovered in 1873  From time to time I will be making entries on the Didache. What is the Didache? Simply stated, it is the writings…

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Watch “The Uniqueness Of Christ” Ravi Zacharias on YouTube

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Watch “Overpopulation is a Myth” on YouTube

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The Heart of Divine Revelation—William Graham Scroggie

When we turn to the first four Books in the New Testament we see that the headings are, ‘The Gospel according to Saint Matthew,’ Mark, Luke, John, by which is meant that these men wrote them. In the first, are … Continue reading

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Watch “Robert Plant & The Band Of Joy “Satan, Your Kingdom Must Come Down”” on YouTube

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from The Abolition of Man–C.S. Lewis

‘Man’s conquest of Nature’ is an expression often used to describe the progress of applied science. ‘Man has Nature whacked,’ said someone to a friend of mine not long ago. In their context the words had a certain tragic beauty, … Continue reading

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Desire of the Nations—Bill Johnson

Jesus is called the desire of the nations. To make us successful in the commission to disciple nations He chose to live inside of us. This gives us the potential of appealing to the world around us. That is far … Continue reading

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