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Sola Cultura

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In our global Covid-19 emergency, the suggestion that it could be a ‘judgement of God’ scandalizes the pundits, politicians and population. They can’t see anything worthy of judgement, nor can they imagine that God would have any emotion other than ‘love’. Our own country demands the love of God, and anything else will not be tolerated....

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Biography of a Remarkable Man

We all have a few people we can say had an incredible impact on our life, and on our faith in the Lord. If you were able to get nineteenth century preachers together such as Spurgeon, Darby, Hudson Taylor, and George Muller, and ask them to tell who influenced them the greatest, they would all point to the same man...

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No Place for Truth: Or Whatever Happened to Evangelical Theology?

Now and then you read a book that you sense will help form your worldview and chart a course forward in ministry. This is one of those books for me. I came across this book almost by happenstance...

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Mom's Ugly Kitchen

As far as Kitchens go, Mom’s kitchen was ugly. It was my fault though. As a 7 year old boy I scrimped and saved Kraft Dinner box lids to trade in for a mail-order gift to give Mom for Mother’s Day: three beautiful art prints for Mom to hang on the wall. Would she ever be excited! I secretly collected my hoard, sent them in to Kraft, and the big day came....

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Weighed Down and Distracted

The prophet Daniel was told the “time of the end” would see “many shall run to and fro, and knowledge shall increase” (Daniel 12). Sounds like my summer—I traveled farther than most people in history ever did just by driving around Ontario, and of course, I stayed plugged in to the internet....

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Mind This Matter!

“If you could read my mind love, what a tale my thoughts could tell.” The Canadian singer Gordon Lightfoot penned these lyrics in 1969 and it is still a popular song today. We are fortunate indeed though, that we cannot read each other’s minds: what a mess of relationships that would make! There are lots of tricks used to pretend that minds can be read....

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