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Defending Trinitarian Christianity

Defending Trinitarian Christianity

And the catholic faith is this:  That we worship one God in Trinity, and Trinity in Unity. . . —The Athanasian Creed (c. AD 500) The entire Christian belief system, all of special revelation, stands or falls with the confession of God’s Trinity. —Herman Bavinck, Reformed Dogmatics (2003) God in Three Persons It was liberal ...

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Easter’s Distinctive Worldview

Easter’s Distinctive Worldview

When there’s no one left in the living world who remembers you, you disappear from this world.  We call it the “Final Death.” — Héctor, “Coco” (2017) He’s not really dead, as long as we remember him. —Dr. McCoy, “Star ...

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The King Rides In

The King Rides In

Now shrugging off his rags the wiliest fighter of the island leapt and stood on the broad door sill, his own bow in his hand. —Homer, The Odyssey (c. 8th century BC) The king has returned! —Rafiki, The Lion King ...

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Teaching History As Story

Teaching History As Story

Real, vital historical understanding requires someone to bring the facts “to life” through the animating power of proper interpretation. —E. Wayne Ross, The Social Studies Curriculum (2006) One has to go back, behind what appear to be the “facts” of ...

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Peace On Earth?

Peace On Earth?

All men are born and remain free and equal in rights.       —Declaration of the Rights of Man (1789)   Never did He make two things the same; never did He utter one word twice. . .  All is righteousness ...

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Christianity And The Arts

Christianity And The Arts

The only artist who is perfect in all forms of creativity . . . is of course God—the God who is Personal. —Edith Schaeffer, Hidden Art (1971)   Come with me to the Alps and look at the snow-covered mountains. ...

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Why Democracies Fail

Why Democracies Fail

  You can never have a revolution to establish a democracy.  You must have a democracy in order to have a revolution. —G. K. Chesterton, “The Wind and the Trees” (1909)   To an ancient Greek, “democracy” was inseparable from ...

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