Reflections of Grace 148: God’s Kind of Love

God's Kind of Love [display_podcast]He is our Bridegroom with desire for us and who pursues us relentlessly.He is our King with power, and He gives us the power to love as He loves.  Imagine it!  We cannot love the unlovely without His anointing to see them through His eyes.  He sees the heart.  In our own power, we cannot.Did you know He pursues us far more than we pursue Him.   Yet we still struggle with making the time to meet Him.   I don’t know how many times I have known He is … [Read more...]

Unorthodox Apology – I’m Not Sorry!

I love you even though we have nothing in common [display_podcast]I'm not sorry. I'm not sorry I believe what I believe. I'm not sorry that I don't think like you. I'm not sorry that I feel different. That I don't act like you or look like you.Now there are plenty of things I am sorry for. I'm sorry for Stealing. Lying. Cheating. Fighting. For Gluing Chris Edgar's backpack to the floor in the 6th grade. Oh I have plenty of things I am sorry for. I struggle with being a hypocrite and … [Read more...]

The Unorthodox Man Podcast: Unorthodox Marriage

March 26th 2004 at about 6 o’clock in front of 500 of my closest friends, family, faceless strangers and God I made the easiest choice of my life and said “I do” to my girlfriend Katrina and with two little words I became a husband, I gained a wife, my family would be grafted into another family and everyday from that moment forward would be different than everyday I knew before.I’m not going to lie – getting married is easy – thousands of people do it everyday.But staying married… that’s … [Read more...]

Reasonable Faith Podcast: A Critique of Dr. Craig’s Moral Argument

Dr. William Lane Craig responds to a critique from The Secular Outpost. [display_podcast]KEVIN HARRIS: Dr. Craig, we always keep up with some of the writers and bloggers at the Secular Outpost. They talk about your work quite often and reference your work. “Does Theism Explain The Necessity of Moral Truths?” This talks about your moral argument and says that it fails. What is your take from why there would be a bug (as Jeff says in this article) and not a feature in your moral argument for G … [Read more...]

WWUTT: What is Discernment?

What is discernment? Hebrews 5:14 suggests that: … those who have their powers of discernment trained by constant practice to distinguish what is good from what is evil. (Hebrews 5:145) C.H. Spurgeon explained, “Discernment is not knowing the difference between right and wrong. It is knowing the difference between right and almost right.” Discernment is a gift of the Holy Spirit. The Greek word used for discernment in Hebrews is the same word used in 1 Corinthians 12. To each is given the m … [Read more...]

Reflections of Grace 134: Toxic “Christians”

[display_podcast]Have you ever been deeply disillusioned by someone whom you thought was a friend but turned out to be a controller or manipulator and when you didn’t comply with their demands they dropped you?  Do you think because we are to seek to love everyone with God’s unconditional love that means you should allow them total access into your life?Actually real genuine love has many boundaries.  To enable someone to treat you with anything less than respect is actually enabling them … [Read more...]