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Putting Jesus’ Commands in Context – Law or Love?

Toward the end of his life, John – who traveled with Jesus for years and became one of his closest companions – wrote a letter to some friends. One part has been often used out of context to place a … Continue reading

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Keeping the Law by Ignoring the Law

This weekend a lot of people will hear sermons telling them how to live according to God’s law, but unless those sermons are based on a verse such as Galatians 5:14 or a similar passage a lot of those sermons … Continue reading

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Laws Worth Following

[From the archives.] *** I recently finished Philip Yancey’s Rumors of Another World* where I found these gems: … the average citizen of modern Europe perceives only one world, the here and now. She assumes that rational people make society’s rules … Continue reading

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The Meaninglessness of the Bible

[This is part two of a series on the meaning/meaninglessness of Scripture. Here’s part one.] *** Meaningless Kitchen Gadgets* I wonder if the people who came up with these gadgets have any ideas that they decided not to pursue. Then … Continue reading

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On the Right Side of the Law

I recently finished Philip Yancey’s Rumors of Another World*, where I found these gems: … the average citizen of modern Europe perceives only one world, the here and now. She assumes that rational people make society’s rules based on a common … Continue reading

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