Recovering the Departed Glory

“Another cause back of our top-heavy and ugly over-organization is fear. Churches and societies founded by saintly men with courage, faith and sanctified imagination appear unable to propagate themselves on the same spiritual level beyond one or two generations. The spiritual fathers were not able to sire others with courage and faith equal to their [Read More...]

Why I Stopped Drinking Coffee

I’ve never been a lover of coffee, but I have enjoyed a few cups each morning for as long as I can remember. Regarding coffee, I’ve read some of the data that shows its health benefits. Apparently, it’s a great antioxident. However, I’ve been stressed lately with several projects that have overwhelmed me, and I [Read More...]

Rethinking Hell

To the many who have asked, here are my comments about the subject of hell that I’ve written and tweeted in the past. * Whatever the nature of eternal punishment is — conscious torment or annihilation — this question has never altered my desire to bring people to Jesus Christ. Jesus is real Life, for the here-and-now, [Read More...]

The Gospel of Grace to the Mormons

John Wallace has written a fascinating new book called Starting at the Finish Line: The Gospel of Grace for Mormons. Starting at the Finish Line seeks to declare the Good News of the gospel in a way that sounds like “good news” to the Latter-day Saint. It does this by 1) establishing the authority and “correctness” of [Read More...]


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