Category Archives: Christianity

“Even if the death penalty is only an OT matter if it is in fact morally wrong – as some believers seek to argue – then we have real problems since it is God himself who initiated it. So was God immoral or mistaken in doing so?”

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“…he felt that changed hearts lead to a changed society, and not the other way around. Thus he fully opposed things like ‘Christian socialism.'”

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“We have had enough of clever men without consciences—let us now see what honest, God-fearing men will do!”

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“If we, as fallen, finite and sin-soaked creatures think that we are wiser and more compassionate than God, then our main problem is overwhelming, sinful pride.”

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“No truth is more evident to my mind…”

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“Too many Christians have some very foggy notions about what the Bible in general and Jesus, in particular, have to say about wealth, work and economics.”

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The New York Presbyterian pastor and popular author Tim Keller has passed away, aged just 72.

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“Our culture worships the god of self. It’s the gospel of self-love, self-discovery and self-expression,” he said.

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“The decision of the Church of England to depart from the faith once delivered to the saints of course has global implications…”

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“It is just a shame that it is usually the secular press, and not the church of God, that has to call this stuff out.”

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“In a world characterised by changing winds, shifting sands, and groping in the dark, Christianity provides the clarity of truth the mind craves.”

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“Globalism may have been sanctified by many in the Church, but its fate tells us how wrong these people are.”

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“You’re telling me 12 apostles could keep a lie for 40 years?”

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“Sears told his more than 2.80 million followers that over the past three years, he found himself ‘accidentally getting more Christian.'”

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“The kingdoms of this world advance by shedding the blood of their opposition. They defeat their opponents with the sword of violence and the wars of men. They conquer by killing others. In contrast, Christ established his Kingdom, not by spilling the blood of his opponents, but by shedding his own blood for them.”

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“In the end, only one religion can take precedence over all others to promote justice and social harmony. The religion of secularism has sought to take that position from Christianity, and it has succeeded, even among Christians, by presenting itself as religiously impartial – as though that were a virtue.”

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“How has God chosen to reveal himself to us? That is the critical issue here. And simply put, overwhelmingly in the self-revelation of God we find him being revealed in masculine terms with masculine names and with masculine imagery.”

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“I would never believe that we were on the Lord’s side if all men were on our side.”

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“Why does the Bible repeat itself so much? Even telling its own narrative over again and again?”

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“If Jesus upheld the Law of Moses, he would be violating the law of Rome. If he upheld the law of Rome, he would be violating the Law of Moses.”

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