Tag Archives: Jesus

Rightly Handling the Word of Truth

2 Timothy 2:15 says, “Do your best to present yourself to God as one approved, a worker who has no need to be ashamed, rightly handling the word of truth.” Believers interpret the Bible in many different ways. But God … Continue reading

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Don’t Let Your Wounds Cripple You

Nursing grievances and harboring grudges certainly does not befit the child of God, given the blessings he or she enjoys in Jesus Christ. Continue reading

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Why Theology Matters

We live in a pluralistic society comprised of many nationalities, languages and religions. In order to accommodate all the diversity in such a society, those who shape our institutions have upheld multiculturalism as our most basic defining value. It is … Continue reading

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Easter and Evil

We are all familiar with the story of Christ’s death and resurrection. But several things jumped out at me as I considered the Easter story again this year in the run-up to Holy Week. These are observations I had not … Continue reading

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Building Intimacy With Christ

We recently moved to a retirement community in suburban Chicago. It is a lifestyle entirely unlike any other we have ever experienced. Since everyone is from the same generation, we share many of the same values. Tastes in music run … Continue reading

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Salvation Is Not By Choice

We live in an American Christian culture that places a premium on decision making. We have a proud heritage of individual rights bestowed by our founding fathers that enshrines freedom as the defining feature of our government. We carry this … Continue reading

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Seeing Scripture Through New Spectacles

Just think of Reformed Theology as a pair of glasses that corrects vision from blurry to sharp when reading Scripture. Continue reading

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