Tag: Gospel

Christianity in One Sentence

Want to know what the Christian faith is in a nutshell?  Here it is: “We are more sinful and flawed in…

Why You Should Consider Knowing What You Believe And Why You Believe It

I am in the middle of preparing a brief message on the crucifixion scene in the Gospel of Mark and…

Can Justice and Love Coexist?

I mentioned recently that God is both the embodiment of love and justice.  I wanted to take it a step…

There’s Something About Grace

What makes Christianity different from the other great world religions? Moral code? Sayings? Theology and dogma? Christian author Philip Yancey…

Why You Should Get Drunk On Grace

Jesus partied.  He hung out with hookers, scoundrels, and crooks.  While his cousin John the Baptist would be marked as…

The Reason For My Hope: a book review

America’s elder evangelist has penned a wonderful book on the hope of salvation.  In “The Reason For My Hope,” Billy…

Why I Cling To Hope In Advent

We have seen that to change the corruptible to incorruption was proper to none other than the Savior Himself, Who…

Preach the gospel, use words because they’re necessary

Many people who have heard the name Francis of Assisi associates the man with the phrase, “Preach the gospel at…

Bringing My Baggage

I took a course in my Undergrad education that was called Historiography.  While some of the books might have been…

Brokenness… and Joy!

There was a guest post over at Between Two Worlds blog today where Jared Wilson wrote about the importance of…

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