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The JudgeNotters! (Matthew 7:1)

The judgenotters! That is the affectionate nickname I’ve given to those people who use Matthew 7:1 to attempt to manipulate bible believers into absolute tolerance of sin. You can listen to the teaching below. http://www.sermonaudio.com/sermoninfo.asp?SID=9113215406

A Response to ‘Dancing with Jesus’

To understand this post, you first need to watch this video and you need to read Fred Butler’s post concerning the above video. Fred – It has taken me a few weeks to get to this due to general business, and I wanted to give it the attention I feel like it deserves. I am […]

5 Minutes of God’s Goodness

My good friend (and one of the best preachers/teachers I know), Tony Miano – retweeted this challenge from Geoff Kirkland on Twitter: TRY THIS: take 5 minutes & write out (or type out) ALL the ways that God's goodness has manifested itself to you! Get started… #Thank #God — Geoffrey Kirkland (@GeoffKirkland) June 21, 2013 […]

On Boycotts and Starbucks

Nathan Busenitz offered a take on the “Starbucks” controversy over at the Cripplegate. He compared a Starbucks boycott due to the executive public proclamation that Starbucks generally supported gay marriage to the meat sacrificed to idols concept from Paul’s writings. Let us note that Starbucks as an organization through their actions, the verbage on their […]

Report Concerning 180 Day @OhioState

To start, let me provide a little background information about how this entire project started. On Thursday, September 27, I received an email containing the following: We have a donor who is interested in getting 1000 “180” DVD’s into the hands of young voters on college campuses in time for them to understand the content […]

Some Things Just Don’t Make Sense…

Here’s something that doesn’t make sense to me. There are Christians that do not believe in a literal six day creation, as specified in the book of Genesis and Exodus and testified to by Christ Himself in the New Testament. I’m speaking of born-again Christians who hold the Bible to be inerrant, not just anyone […]

Humbling

“Nothing humbles me like pondering the fact that the One who I mocked and mistreated the most willingly chose to die to pay for the mocking and mistreatment. Amazing.” –Erin Coughlin (my bride) My wife wrote this today, and I found it irresistibly quotable.