Tag Archives: Creation

Avoiding the Subordination of Men in the Creation Account of Women

God said something that sounds odd, at least at first glance. There he is creating all creation and announcing that everything is good, and then he looks at the human he has made and says there’s something about the situation … Continue reading

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Mega-Pastor Puts Down Person with Disabilities

John MacArthur, in his sermon The Eyewitness Account of Creation, preaches on Genesis 1 and 2. He takes the position that these chapters record a literal and historical account of creation and that all history and science stems from the … Continue reading

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The Need for Women to Complete Creation

[From the archives.] Back in college I had a particularly painful break-up. It wasn’t painful for her. She told me we were not going out any more and then she started dating another guy. Or she started dating the other guy and … Continue reading

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Marriage: A Means to Holiness or to Happiness?

Marriage Isn’t for Everyone Marriage isn’t for everyone. Then again, being single isn’t for everyone either. As Paul said, not getting married can be the best thing for someone’s relationship to God: I wish that all of you [married people] … Continue reading

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Women? Ha! Who needs ’em?

[From the archives.] Back in college I had a particularly painful break-up. It wasn’t painful for her. She told me we were not going out any more and started dating another guy. But I’m not really sure of the chronology. … Continue reading

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Questioning Whether Housework Is Overrated

[Today’s guest post is from Aleah Marsden, who brings us a reflection on kids, mess, and the order of the divine Creator.] *** Like any parent, I am consistently amazed by my children. I have four, two girls and two boys, aged nine … Continue reading

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The Day I Gave Up On Women (a Valentine’s Day post)

[From the archives. I thought this appropriate for Valentine’s Day.] *** Back in college I had a particularly painful break-up. It wasn’t painful for her. She told me we were not going out any more and then she started dating … Continue reading

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Christmas and Death – God’s blessed plan

In the months leading up to the birth of Jesus, angels paid relatively quiet visits to Zechariah, Mary and Joseph. On the night of Jesus’ birth, though, they could not contain themselves. The shepherds in the fields got an earful: … Continue reading

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Little Sabbaths – a guest post from Karen Swallow Prior

[Today’s guest post is from Karen Swallow Prior, a brilliant writer I am privileged to call my friend even though we’ve never met and only spoken once on the radio. Her writing is always lucid, always full of blessing, wit … Continue reading

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Global Warming – Being In Denial Is No Joke

Denial of Overwhelming Evidence According to a recent report on NPR: Academies of science around the world agree that climate change is real and caused largely by burning fossil fuels. So do many professional scientific organizations. Polls of scientists point … Continue reading

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