Category Archives: Christianity

“People in earlier times used to boast that theology was the queen of the sciences.”

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“It’s a sad day for the Church of England,” Graham wrote.

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What was the blessing on Abraham really about?

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“Europe today is almost as pagan as it was back when Saul was head-hunting believers.”

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Two potential conversions to Christianity have many people talking.

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“All must come to Christ by His grace through faith. No works, nor privilege, no skin colour, no citizenship, no ancestry, no race, no special national advantage can save you.”

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“Only in Christ is there any hope of receiving the promises of God. Outside of him, there is nothing that will stand on the final day.”

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“Glory suggests two ideas to me, of which one seems wicked and the other ridiculous. Either glory means to me fame, or it means luminosity.”

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“Christ is our brother through adoption. He is an Israelite, so we are therefore adopted into Israel. To be the brother of an Israelite is to be an Israelite. To be in Christ is to be in Israel.”

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“Often, we can look at the society around us and ask ourselves, ‘How long will God let this injustice go unpunished?'”

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“There are universal principles and there are inbuilt laws written on the hearts and minds of mankind according to which God judges individuals and nations. To break these is to break families, societies, cities and nations.”

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“How many times have you heard it said that we must never judge?”

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“The road to hell is paved with good intentions.”

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“When Jesus left to be with His Father, He wasn’t abandoning His people. Instead, He was strengthening them.”

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“The once-Christian West is now the most anti-Christian part of the planet.”

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“If you really long to save men’s souls, you must tell them a great deal of disagreeable truth.”

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“When do we need to know where another person or group stands in terms of their religious beliefs and theological stances, and when does it not matter so much?”

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“We can see wisdom being traded for influence. Yet without wisdom comes relational chaos, dysfunctional leadership, and evil dressed up to look good.”

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“We can be too willing to excuse the sins of pagans… But the truth is, God still holds them all accountable for their actions. And we should too.”

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“Who would have thought, that Australia could become a society that persecutes Christians, or other faiths, for simply adhering to their fundamental beliefs on gender, and life.”

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