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Can I Know God And Believe What I Want?

Can I Know God And Believe What I Want?

“Reason and experience both forbid us to expect that national morality can prevail in exclusion of religious principle,” said President George Washington in his farewell address. But Washington’s words can be more broadly understood as a good representation of how ...

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The Puritans, Democracy and Freedom

The Puritans, Democracy and Freedom

For we must consider that we shall be as a city upon a hill. —John Winthrop, “A Model of Christian Charity” (1630) Democracy, I do not conceive that ever God did ordain as a fit govern-ment either for church or ...

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The Pilgrims And Liberty

The Pilgrims And Liberty

In times of cultural failure and upheaval, there are usually two kinds of extremists.  Those who abandon any established order as a thing beyond redemption, and those who remain within the system, hoping they can reform it.  New England was ...

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What Is The Church?

What Is The Church?

When you hear the word “church,” do you first think of a building or a people? Famous revivalist Leonard Ravenhill said: “In the church in Acts, the Scripture says they were all amazed, but today, everyone just wants to be ...

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Unity In The Church

Unity In The Church

When we lose our unity in the church, it’s because something has become more important to us than Jesus. And in any church with sinners — which, of course, is every church — conflict will exist, and achieving resolution is ...

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Why Study History? Why Remember The Past?

Why Study History? Why Remember The Past?

Historians with increasing and distressing frequency are openly admitting that history has no meaning and shows little or no purpose or goals. — C. Gregg Singer, “The Problem of Historical Interpretation” (1976) One has to go back of the “facts” ...

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Can You Really Worship As You Work?

Can You Really Worship As You Work?

As a pastor, I often hear something like this: “What I do at work is—work. What I do at church is for the Lord.” Is this the right attitude? What does the Bible say about our work? In Genesis 2:15, ...

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