Category: Devotion

Scripture Is God-Breathed – But It is Not God

Let me first be abundantly clear – the problem is not with Scripture, but Christians. Scripture is 100% God-breathed. I’m an inerrantist (though not always a literalist – I think there are clearly times when God through Biblical writers uses figures of speech and metaphors). But I keep hearing...
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The Culture War Is Not a Christian War

Today, I saw a woman on social media scream “Wonder Woman is NOT an icon for the gays!” While her form of communication was a little more antagonistic, I am reminded of how I’ve heard similar statements coming from Christians on many things: Disney’s affirmation through works like Lightyear...
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Revival – Returning to Life

A large number of the people—many from Ephraim, Manasseh, Issachar, and Zebulun—were ritually unclean, yet they had eaten the Passover contrary to what was written. But Hezekiah had interceded for them, saying, “May the good Lord provide atonement on behalf of whoever sets his whole heart on seeking God,...
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How do we heal now? (I only know the first two steps.)

Now that Chauvin and the other officers involved in Floyd’s murder have been arrested, I see many people trying to figure out “What do we do now – if anything?” Demanding an individual guilty of a heinous act is one thing, but changing systems? Many, understandably ask if the...
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American Christians Must Change How We Share Our Faith

The Problem Christians in America, we are ruining our witness in our pride. In my adult life, I have met very, very few people hostile to the Christian faith – even among the non-believers who say they do hate the Christian faith. Instead, what I have run into repeatedly...
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Mea Culpa

So, I wanted to make a blog about why I write. But I realized you needed me to be more candid about my identity before you could understand both how this affects, and how it doesn’t affect, my writing. I’m a Christian. More specifically, I’m a devout Christian that...
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