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Cultural Lies: Believe the Science

The secular definition of “believe” is to accept something as true. Whereas the Christian definition can be found in Hebrews 11:1 – “Now faith is the assurance of things hoped for, the conviction of things not seen.” Science was never meant… Continue Reading →

Cultural Lies #3

There’s this idea of finding yourself by looking within. It came up last time too about “following your heart.” It’s Who I Am. As long as I’m not hurting anyone… Many people base their identities (who they are) on their… Continue Reading →

Cultural Lies #2

My _________, My Choice Again, this idea of choice isn’t new! It started in the beginning, and the only time we ever truly had a choice was during the time before The Fall. After that, we have no choice by… Continue Reading →

Cultural Lies #1

“The best lies always have a bit of truth in them.” The whole idea of tackling these lies is two-fold: Become more aware of what lies I ascribe to – even in part – without really realizing it. Be equipped… Continue Reading →

Luther on the Epistle to the Galatians

In cleaning out my Bible study bag, I found a xerox (do people still use that term?) from this book that Pastor handed out during one of his Bible studies. I highlighted the following quotes because they really resonated with… Continue Reading →

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