Monthly Archives: March 2009

Logical Consistency, Nietzsche, and Infanticide

I read an interesting, short article from Christianity Today by Dinesh D’Souza tonight, “Staring into the Abyss.” In it, D’Souza explains the views of the atheist Peter Singer, whom he recently debated. Singer has some interesting and quite controversial views … Continue reading

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Ramblings on the misuse of the term "kingdom of God"

The kingdom of God is cross-centered. That is for certain. The kingdom of God is one where Christ crucified, and risen from the dead is to be viewed as most glorious. One in which this Jesus is not merely some … Continue reading

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Honesty & Small Groups

Browsing through a few blogs, I came across one recommended by a friend that sounded funny: “Stuff Christians Like“. I read his post on Confessing Safe Sins and was reminded of the vitality of honesty in the Church. Living for … Continue reading

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From the Journal of Aaron Golby…(Wed. 3/4/09)

One of the best lessons I’ve learned is how prideful & sinful I am. Some have written that “pride is the root of all sin” (Thomas Aquinas said “Self-love and not pride, is the beginning of every sin”). Pride is … Continue reading

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A Prayer For Those Who Want to Want God

I saw this post on Justin Taylor’s blog the other day, and wanted to post it in full: From A.W. Tozer’s The Pursuit of God: O God, I have tasted Your goodness,and it has both satisfied me and made me … Continue reading

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Be Fascinated and Be Interested In Life

Today I came across a blog post by Tim Chester entitled “Effective Evangelism-Love Life”. It’s a quick read and mostly an illustration, but the basic gist that I took from it is the encouragement to be interested in people, be … Continue reading

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