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     For me, truth was a plural word that was locally, culturally, personally derived.

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     How will we respond? What will we do with this information?

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     What is your risk tolerance for the gospel of our Savior?

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     During the BRI’s third meeting with African theologians and biblical scholars on the topic of magic and witchcraft, which took place on the campus of the University of Eastern Africa, Baraton, in December 2006, the following traditional practice was shared: In a certain part of

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     Why we need to talk about pastoral burnout, depression, and even suicide.

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     I was 17-years-old, a senior in high school, in Miami Beach, in the 1970s.  I hustled, parking cars at hotels and restaurants that lined the island like a broken piano keyboard. Mile after mile of concrete, steel, and glass pulsating with packets of rational flesh crying

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     When did you hear the term "sin” the last time? We do not talk much about it any longer. If you make a mistake society would suggest not to admit it. You could possibly damage your feeling of self-worth or others could turn against you, some would argue. Therefore, mistakes

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     Acknowledge, respect, and obey God. That’s the only recipe for a life worth living.

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     Creation is so important that God demands one-seventh of our lives, every week without exception, to remember it.

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     Mark 7:15-19 belongs to those passages that are easily misunderstood. People argue that Jesus did away with the food laws and "declared all foods clean.” Mark 7:1-23 reports that Jesus’ disciples were eating bread without having washed their hands. Such behavior was against

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     When Pharisees accused the disciples of plucking ears of grain on the Sabbath, Luther notes that Christ defended them, "thereby violating the Sabbath, and said: ‘The Sabbath does not concern Me. I am its Lord, and the Sabbath cannot lord it over Me’ (Matt. 12:1-8). Thus we see

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     The word rapture does not appear in the Bible, but it is a term frequently used in conjunction with events relating to the Second Coming of Jesus. The meaning or definition of rapture is the idea that the coming of Jesus will take place in two separate stages. The first will be

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