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“Let love be genuine. Abhor what is evil; hold fast to what is good.” (Romans 12:9) Why do translators choose a strong word for ἀποστυγοῦντες, like “abhor”? It is based on στύγω, which means to hate. But it is intensified. … Continue reading
“Quite simply, you can’t have a testimony until you bear it to someone. At the moment that you tell someone that you know X is true – even if you don’t know it yet – the Spirit will testify to … Continue reading
O LORD, Length of days does not profit me except the days are passed in Thy presence, in Thy service, to Thy glory. Give me a grace that precedes, follows, guides, sustains, sanctifies, aids every hour, that I may not … Continue reading
Five reasons not to “shut down” when someone wants to show you evidence that purportedly contradicts what/who you believe: 1. Curiosity. Curiosity is virtuous and healthy, and the only faith worth having is a curious faith. Faith seeks understanding. Faith … Continue reading
Of the Father’s Love Begotten Words by Aurelius Prudentius Clemens 348-circa 405 Merry Christmas!
Evangelism is a form of worship, and Mormonism claims to let people worship according to their dictates of their conscience
One of the ways we evangelicals worship the Most High God is by evangelism, and part of our evangelism is sometimes engaging false ideas about God and the gospel, and part of engaging false ideas about God and the gospel … Continue reading
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This past summer I was in Nauvoo, Illinois to distribute Christian information and answer questions about my faith and how it differs from Mormonism. This I did each evening for a week, standing adjacent to the outdoor Nauvoo Pageant grounds … Continue reading