Category Archives: Theology

Alpha Dogs and Dumbbells

by Kirk Spencer Dumbbells At my gym, there is a long racks of dumbbells; all sizes of dumbbells, from tiny ones, that barely fit into your hand at one end to Godzilla size at the other end. One day, when … Continue reading

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Christian Leadership Part 1: A Glorious Humility

by Winston Hottman When Jesus arrived as the long-anticipated king of Israel, he was a far cry from the kind of leader that many expected him to be. While the gospel narratives describe him as one with authority and power, it … Continue reading

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What if G. K. Chesterton Tweeted?

by Kirk Spencer I know there was no Twitter around when G.K. Chesterton was around… But if there were, I’m sure these tweets would be legit: If there were no God, there would be no atheists[1]#EvolutionaryNotRevolutionaryEnough  Progress is Providence without … Continue reading

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The Undaunted Message of Freedom

by Brandon Smith. This was originally posted at Desiring God. “I think, therefore I am.” René Descartes penned this popular line in his 1637 treatise, Discourse on the Method, and it’s a good summary of the book itself. Heralding the … Continue reading

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Saved from Hell or Sin?

by Josh Crutchfield, Pastor of FBC Trenton,  Texas In 1974, Pastor Estus W. Pirkle created a film entitled The Burning Hell.  This film was circulated throughout many churches in the U.S. and around the world, with the sole purpose of … Continue reading

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Government and the Limitations of Man

by Winston Hottman At a recent fundraiser, President Obama claimed that he is not a “particularly ideological person.” Though passionate about particular issues, he claimed that he is “pretty pragmatic as to how we get it.”

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“Strange Fire” Polemics

At his blog, All Things New, Dr. Everett Berry discusses the recent Strange Fire conference, hosted by John MacArthur, and the reasons it has proved controversial : It’s one thing to say that one may have certain defective ideas in their theology or … Continue reading

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