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Does the Law Always Mean What It Says?

The FBI’s investigation of Hillary Clinton’s email server, and her practices while serving as Secretary of State, has raised many legitimate questions by a great many people. Those who have security clearances and handle classified material know very well that their hide would be fried if they did a fraction of what the FBI Director...


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Cheap Grace, Cheap Forgiveness

Forgiveness! Recently, it appears that forgiveness of everyone, all the time, without exception, and without confession or repentance has become a Christian prerequisite. In its present form, it’s just another version of what German theologian Dietrich Bonhoeffer called “cheap grace.” He defined it as follows: Cheap grace is the preaching of forgiveness without repentance, is...

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i, Natalie Taylor: The Church Secretary’s Diary

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And in the End…With or Without You…

6:25 p.m. Finally. Everyone’s gone. For the first time in my life, I welcome the quietness and peace of the office. I have some thinking to do. My world is spinning out of control. “Hi Natalie!” The voice I had never expected to hear. Dear God, it’s Walt. Walt is walking out of the supplies’...
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I, Natalie Taylor, Can’t Look at the Stars

October 26 10:45 a.m. Thank God I don’t have to go to work today. Bless the Property Committee for insisting that they needed the building emptied so they could do their yearly killing. That’s what I called the fumigating. Pete has been complaining about this for a month—”This is going to set me back weeks.”...
Book Review: Jeremy Lundmark’s “The Fury of God”
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Book Review: Jeremy Lundmark’s “The Fury of God”

Perhaps this book should have been titled, Why the Church Has Utterly Failed in Its Mission to Convert Itself. When Christ’s own church rejects what author Jeremy Lundmark refers to as “the fury of God,” they end up missing out on one of the most important attributes of God’s holy nature.1 Unfortunately, most Christians will…

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