The Dangers of Fear Terry Briley has written an excellent post on the dangers of fear and how fear in our life can keep us from following Jesus. He says, Fearing others produces deadly consequences. Fear plays to our most basic, self-serving nature and inhibits our ability to think and act reasonably. It often leads […]
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The political season can invoke many different emotions. Some people feel confused. They do not know what to do. Neither party tells the truth, and it is hard to discern between what is fact and what is fiction. Both sides believe they have a monopoly on the truth, and neither will give an inch. Most […]
This is a great discussion I posted a couple of years ago, but I feel like it is something that needs to be revisited. It is an engaging discussion between three individuals, who represent three different generations, and three different perspectives. I hope it will be edifying, and possibly challenge some of your own beliefs.
As Christians from the left and right continue to barrage Facebook and Twitter with political rants and pleas, I thought it would be beneficial to consider why Christians should be leery of politics. Politics is an age old game that never ends. Solomon warned us long ago of the danger of politics when he wrote, […]
It is election time again and it seems as though no one is happy. Animosity and vitriol fill the airwaves. Each side wants to do nothing but complain about the other. Sadly, many Christians have fallen into this political trap. They “treat their religion as a kind of politics and their politics as a kind […]
The culture wars have been ongoing for some time now, but they always get more heated in an election year. This year is no different. It is still early on in the election process, but already my Facebook and Twitter feed has been filled with pleas to save our country from perpetual doom. Although I […]