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Why Christians Should be the Biggest Advocates of Religious Freedom...
Christians ought to passionate defenders of the religious liberties of others. Read more
by George Yancey | Shattering Paradigms
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The Religious Illiteracy of American Politics
America is a weird place. It is a country that was founded upon Enlightenment principles of reason and deism (no, it was not founded as an explicitly Christian nation, despite what many revisionist... Read more
by Taylor S. Brown | The Christian Revolution
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Jesus Was Rejected for Teaching Predestination
John 6:22-71 is truly a fascinating passage in many ways, as it deals directly with Christ’s claims to divinity amidst a crowd who simply didn’t see Him for who He was. It is no small coincidence... Read more
by Grayson Gilbert | The Chorus In The Chaos
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The Sermon on the Mount and Jesus's Command to "Be Perfect"
What does it mean to "be perfect," especially in light of the fact that we know no one is or can be perfect in a sinful world? Read more
by Brandon D. Smith | Church Grammar
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False Versus Unfulfilled Prophecy
One of the key tests of a false prophet is false prophecy, predictions that do not come true (Deuteronomy 18:21-22). But if a prophecy does not come true in the short term, does that mean that it is... Read more
by Tom Hobson | Biblical Words and World
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The Early Christians Experienced Happiness in Christ Despite Suffering;...
Early Christians were happy, despite the persecution and suffering they faced. We could learn from their example. Read more
by Randy Alcorn | Eternal Perspectives, with Randy Alcorn
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