10 Ways To Be A Better Peacemaker Online (And Make The Internet A Better Place)

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Lately I’ve been lamenting at what a toxic place the internet can be, but instead of lament would like to contribute something more helpful to make dialoging with people on the internet a little less toxic, and a little more right. Here’s 10 things we can do to make the internet a better place for [Read More...]

25 Bible Verses That Disprove Eternal Conscious Hell

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In a follow up to our recent episode of That God Show, folks have asked for a comprehensive list of Scriptures that refute the traditional teaching of hell. While this might not be exhaustive, I’ve put together 25 verses that strongly illustrate what the Bible teaches on the issue. As one will see, to believe [Read More...]

The Biblical Alternative to Hell (That God Show EP17)

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Most of us grow up being taught that all those who die without accepting Christ will burn for all eternity in hell. While in this hell, they’ll be consciously tortured, day and night– forever. But is this even biblical? If you read your Bible without having any prior knowledge of this “hell” would you walk [Read More...]

Who Jesus Talked About When He Talked About Enemies

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The command Jesus issued those who would follow him that they must “love their enemies” as a condition of becoming a child of God (Matthew 5:45) isn’t a popular one, especially among Americanized Christians. Whenever the discussion comes up, there’s always heated debate surrounding the issue. The reason for the debate is this: enemy love [Read More...]

10 Ways To Shut Down A Fellow Christian Who Is An American Sniper Critic

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With all the chatter surrounding the new film, American Sniper: The Most Lethal Sniper in U.S. History, you might encounter a few Christian friends who are not fawning over Chris Kyle’s legacy of killing. I don’t know where you’d see this, or why you’d see this criticism, but I’m just saying, you might. When you encounter this online, you’re [Read More...]

Why Are So Many Christians Worshipping The American Sniper?

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The reaction of many American Christians to the movie of the late Chris Kyle, American Sniper: The Most Lethal Sniper in U.S. History, has been one that should be a major red flag waiving on the Christian landscape in America. While I’ve been talking about the rampant idolatry that has overcome so much of American Christianity, [Read More...]

The 4 Most Important Things To Remember About Seeking Biblical Justice

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Justice is a pretty hip word now in much of Christianity, whether it’s evangelicalism or progressivism– and that’s a really good thing. It’s been beautiful these past few years to watch a justice movement explode, see the success of things like the Justice Conference (which you should really attend if you get the chance), and [Read More...]

And Here’s The Irony: We’re All Fundamentalists In The End

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Lately I’ve been attempting to spark discussion around the internet on the use of Christian labels, and I’m rather pleased such a robust discussion is taking place on blogs and in Facebook groups on this issue. I think the use of labels is a critical issue facing the next generation of Jesus followers, and argue [Read More...]

Chris Kyle, Andrew Howard Brannan, and the American Legacy of Violence

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Any culture has a difficult tendency to send conflicting messages on an array of issues, and American culture is no different. This fact is especially true when it comes to one of America’s hallmark characteristics: violence. The use of violence towards others is at the very foundation of the American identity– it’s how we were [Read More...]

Hey Ken Ham: You Aren’t Being Persecuted

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Ken Ham, founder of the Creation Museum, is sporting a new look lately. No, he didn’t shave that beard. He’s not trying on skinny jeans for size. He hasn’t switched up his hair. He’s just sporting the ever trendy and fashionable anti-Christian persecution complex that’s so en vogue these days. Ken recently took to his [Read More...]


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