Category Archives: Bible Wars

Looking at disagreements among Christians.

An Open Letter to Pastor Jacob Prasch

It is with fear and trembling that I undertake to write the following post.  Pastor Jacob Prasch of Moriel Ministries is one of the greatest Bible teachers I have ever seen.  His love of truth, his knowledge of the Word … Continue reading

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The Ultimate Error

Tonight, a good many of my brothers and sisters are in Toronto at an event where celebrated Christian teacher Joyce Meyer is sharing her message of prosperity.  As I considered attending this event earlier this week, I was torn in … Continue reading

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Faith vs Works

Faith does not make you a good person, your actions do. So this morning, a friend of mine came up to me and said, “So I heard a beautiful saying earlier this week and I wanted to share it with … Continue reading

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Free Climbing without a Harness

The other day I was listening to a Christian webcast during which one of the panel members made a comment that I have heard many times.  Essentially, everybody on the panel was agreed that there is no room within Christianity … Continue reading

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Christian Endgame

I just finished reading Christian Endgame by Ken Samples of Reasons to Believe.  In this short booklet, the author attempts to throw some cold water on speculation concerning the imminent return of Jesus Christ that is rampant among prophecy-minded Christians … Continue reading

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The Sins of the Faithful

Then God said, “Take your son, your only son, whom you love–Isaac–and go to the region of Moriah. Sacrifice him there as a burnt offering on a mountain I will show you.  (Genesis 22:2) So Hagar bore Abram a son, … Continue reading

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Confronting Irrationality

As a thinking person, it sometimes seems as if I am adrift in a sea of irrationality.  People believe so many crazy things for so many crazy reasons that it is impossible to keep track of all of them.  Though … Continue reading

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