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Saturday Quotable – Tullian Tchividjian on Law and Gospel

Only when we see that the way of God’s law is absolutely inflexible will we see that God’s grace is absolutely indispensable. … Jesus fulfilled all of God’s holy conditions so that our relationship to him could be wholly unconditional. … Continue reading

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Postmillenialism and the Kingdom of God – a corrective from Aimee Byrd

The Keys to Mexico’s wealthiest and third-largest city, Monterrey, now rest in the hands of Christ. Mayor Margarita Arellanes publicly dedicated her city “to our Lord Jesus Christ, so that his kingdom of peace and blessing may be established,” at … Continue reading

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Madame Bovary, Romanticism, and a Modern Marriage – plus cartoons

Karen Swallow Prior has a reflection on Gustav Flaubert’s Madame Bovary up at Christianity Today’s Her.meneutics blog today. Her post made me think of Three Panel Book Review, which has recently become a favorite site, as its Madame Bovary offering was … Continue reading

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