Carty’s Contemporary Classics: Sinless Anger

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[display_podcast] You will experience hurt, fear, frustration, and feelings of injustice.  I’m sorry. It happens to all of us. And then you die. But it doesn’t have to lead to sin. You see, if we allow ourselves to enter into a sinful attitude following the hurt, fear, frustration and feelings of injustice… then what?  Anger, rage, destruction? I submit that if you understand the source of sin and when somebody sins they have a problem with God, and not you, then you don’t have to get mad in r … [Read more...]

Reflections of Grace 50: Living from the Heart – Demolishing the Spirit of Fear

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[display_podcast] Have you ever been gripped with that paralyzing fear that embraces your mind to the point that you’re too terrified to even move?Our unguarded minds manufacture the most insidious scenes within seconds if we let our guard down. Don’t you find that to be true?How can we see through the smoke screen of the enemy’s lies?When I was a young mother I had gripping fear every time my kids left my sight.   I had been molested as a child, so I became hypervigilent over … [Read more...]

E3 Expedition Podcast 8: Surprise Opportunities in Manipur, India

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[display_podcast] John, a pastor from the San Diego area, returned from his trip to Manipur, India and came back with one story after another of modern-day occurrences of situations we read about in the Gospels and Acts:You know how Luke writes in general that “a bunch of people got healed in this town, or that town…” He often didn’t record all the specific healings because there were just too many of them to count. That’s what it was like for us in Manipur! Even when I tried to journal them … [Read more...]

Confessions Of A Closet Christian: How Do We Know God Exists?

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[display_podcast] When I hear the word “God,” I think of big things.  Vast space.  Endless time.  Omniscience and omnipotence.  I think of a booming thunderous voice.  Yes, I think of Morgan Freeman a little bit. I also think of a great mystery.  Who is God?  Does He even exist?  And if He does, why does He care about me? I think God is good.  In this modern world, I think we try to dilute God.  We try to make Him into our own idea of what a god is.  God is loving and accepting.  God just want … [Read more...]

The Summit Lecture Series: Intelligent Design with Sean McDowell, part 5

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To purchase the entire DVD set of the Summit Lecture Series, visit www.summit.org.In recent years, scientists have found approximately 30 different parameters that each must be fine tuned in order for life to be possible and each must be perfectly set at such an amazingly specific point that if even one of them were a tiny bit off, the universe would collapse upon itself.As Roger Penrose said: “If we combined all the laws that must be fine-tuned, we couldn’t even write down that number i … [Read more...]

Simple, Basic Rules to Follow When Reading the Bible

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[display_podcast] This week, we’re going to be talking about some general rules for Biblical interpretation. These rules apply to any part of scripture you may be reading, no matter how long you have been studying the Bible or if this is your first time unfolding its pages. Now, it’s safe to say that when you crack open the Bible, you’ll be reading from one of the 66 books of the Bible. Now, each book is a separate section of literature that is contained within itself. But one thing that a lot o … [Read more...]


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