Monthly Archives: September 2016

Laodicea – The Kind of Church Needing Radical Revival

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Revival is seldom criticized amongst Christians, because nearly every person wants revival. We all want to see change. The Charismatic community wants to see everyone restored to full experience of God and His wonders. The Catholic community (not that we should consider it Christian in the Biblical sense) wants to see everyone “come home to Rome.” The traditionalists want restoration […]

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What Does Worldliness Even Mean?

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If some Evangelicals today were asked to define worldliness, what would they come up with? After all, many find nothing wrong with advertising “Beer and Bible Study” so as to attract others. Tattoos and piercings are seen as perfectly acceptable, since there is no verse that directly says “Thou shalt not…” except in the book of Leviticus (But who cares […]

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A Conversation with Paul on Self Esteem

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Over the past century self esteem has become a tremendous emphasis in Christendom, due to a number of factors, which won’t be discussed here. In a society that makes emotion the basis for everything, the idea that all our problems can be solved by a simple refocusing on the commendability of “number one” is massively accepted. And in Christian circles, […]

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Discernment – The Need for Christians to Judge

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“We need to stop judging one another” has been the rallying cry of Evangelicalism for a number of years now. Yes, we need to be more considerate of our idiosyncratic differences. Yes, we cannot constantly accuse believers of bad motives, when we simply can’t see their heart. But has the constant preaching of the phrase “Judge not, lest you be […]

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