Picking A Translation

Book Reviewed:  How to Choose a Translation for All Its Worth By: Gordon D. Lee; Mark L. Strauss Purchase Links: Westminster  Or  Amazon There are tons of bible translations on the market today. Why? Does commercialism drive the choice to produce a number of translations? Is it personal preference? Is there

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Men and the Decline of Marriage in the US

This is a brief editorial on a pressing issue in United States culture: Sexual Purity. A February 2012 NY Times article “Young Mothers Describe Marriage’s Fading Allure,” suggests the attraction of marriage is not what it once was for many young mothers. My heart broke at the resounding theme of this article: women do not

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Remember Those In Prison

“Remember those who are in prison, as though in prison with them, and those who are mistreated, since you also are in the body.” Hebrews 13:3 ESV Christian persecution mostly flies under the media radar, despite being global and regular. But international pressure on the Iranian Government in the case of

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Why Should a Christian Read the Bible?

Reading the Bible has been called a ‘means of grace.’ For the Christian, it is both a privilege and duty. When people focus on the duty but misapprehend the privilege, discouragement is swift to follow.  Why do you read the Bible? The idea Christians must read the Bible is common

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The Incarnation: The Best Present Ever

Written by Josh The Incarnation: The Best Present Ever The greatest gift ever given came as a baby, and we would do well to reflect and remember who He is and why coming as a baby was necessary. “For unto you is born this day in the city of David

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