Osteenification and What It Portends

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I’m very grateful for this post from Hank Hanegraaff, the Bible Answer Man himself, on a very important topic. * Osteenification and What it Portends By Hank Hanegraaff Virtually every morning I try to catch up on news and sports while running on my treadmill. Often the running (mostly walking) is accompanied by the vigorous [Read More...]

The Old Testament’s Message to Our Culture

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By Dr. David Murray What can the Old Testament possibly say to our culture? It seems a million miles and sometimes a million years away from our time, our generation, and our problems. How can something so old address all the new challenges of globalization, sex-trafficking, the digital revolution, etc. There’s no question that the [Read More...]

God is Not a Torturer

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Imagine three people in a windowless prison cell.  The first is a torturer, the second a prisoner, and the third an observer. The torturer is with the prisoner, doing what torturers do.  He puts the prisoner in the most extraordinary agony a human being can experience.  Horrendous pain.  The prisoner is screaming, writhing, begging for [Read More...]

What if God Really Likes Us?

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Some powerful words from Peter Enns: A lot of people have heard of “the parable of the prodigal (i.e., wasteful) son.” Some translations call it “the parable of the lost son,” which is better but not quite there. I prefer “the parable of the jerk loser son.” When the son was still a far way [Read More...]

The Long Journey from Javert to Valjean

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A guest post from my sainted father, Galen C. Dalrymple: * Born Javert, Reborn Valjean By Galen C. Dalrymple Much has been written, by people far wiser than I, about the characters and story of Victor Hugo’s Les Miserables. I just want to tell you my story and how it relates to Javert and Valjean. [Read More...]


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