Monthly Archives: March 2004

You Sanctimonious Self-Righteous Judgmental Bigot!

Genesis 19:9 “… Furthermore, they said, ‘This one came in as an alien, and already he is acting like a judge; now we will treat you worse than them.’” The New Testament tells us that Lot was a righteous man … Continue reading

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When to Divide

One of the topics I’m preparing for my Sunday School class deals with the purity and unity of the church. The Biblical ideal is found in 1 Corithians 1:10 Now I exhort you, brethren, by the name of our Lord … Continue reading

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A Real Defense of Marriage

It’s true that we have to fight where the battle is, and right now the battle is over gay marriage. But as Donald Sensing points out, we lost this battle forty years ago. With that in mind, here are the … Continue reading

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A Dichotomy

Something stood out from my scripture reading last night. 1 John 4:5-6 5 They are from the world; therefore they speak as from the world, and the world listens to them. 6 We are from God; he who knows God … Continue reading

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In Praise of Cell Groups

One day I will learn to not be so easily provoked. Until then… Mac Swift seriously claims “the practice of cell groups as used in churches is actually a satanic invention used to fracture the unity of the church and … Continue reading

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Strangely Defending Seeker Sensitive Churches

Mac approvingly quotes and comments on an article criticizing seeker sensitive churches. It’s no secret that I am critical of seeker sensitive churches. But I thought this article was particularly bad, and little bothers me more than a poorly made … Continue reading

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I Oughta Throw the TV Away

Jen asks what’s changed with your TV viewing habits? I hardly watch any TV, but in the past month or so I’ve come very close to heaving a brick through the screen. For starters, I didn’t know it, but apparently … Continue reading

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Divisive Men

How do the following verses apply to Christians in contexts other than the local church? Specifically, how should we apply these verses in the blogosphere? What responsibilities do we have to one another as Christian bloggers? How do we apply … Continue reading

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What I Want to do When I Grow Up

Mark Byron is hunting for a new teaching job. I wish him the best of luck. I’m confident that God has a place for him. You know, for the past few weeks I’ve really been thinking hard about becoming a … Continue reading

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Cohousing

I know this will expose me as some kind of wacko liberal, but I think Cohousing sounds awesome and I wish I could be part of it.

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