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Who We Are Is More Important than what We Do

Who We Are Is More Important than what We Do

What is more important: who we are or what we do? Here's how pastor Noel Jesse Heikinnen answers that question in his book Unchained:

Down through history, the predominant viewpoint has been that what we do determines who we are. We've all heard the old ...

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Paul Johnston

June 26, 2017  11:37am

The quote's a good start -- but stops too soon. I'd like to read a little more on why Noel Jesse Heikinnen thinks "This is the biblical paradigm." Frank Zappa's not exactly an authoritative source for discerning the way...

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