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Christ Disarmed the Law

A duck hunter was with a friend in the wide-open land of southeastern Georgia. Far away on the horizon he noticed a cloud of smoke. Soon he could hear ...


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Loving a Holy God

Am I becoming more and more in love with God as a holy God, or with the conception of an amiable being who says, "Oh, well, sin doesn't matter ...


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The Eternality of Hell

The Scripture makes it clear that man is condemned eternally. A. A. Hodge in his theology says there is no word more emphatic for eternal than the one ...


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Lost Responsibility

The single greatest loss in my time has been the idea that we are moral agents. Religion helped a great deal here. Religion taught that we are accountable ...


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Judging the Judge?

Imagine yourself turning on the TV and tuning into a courtroom trial. In your living room, you can see only what the camera shows you. You don't hear ...


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Indulgence Leads to Destruction

When I was growing up in Johannesburg, we used to go across to Pretoria where we had relatives who owned a bakery and pastry shop. When new employees ...


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Bono on Compassion

U2 singer Bono, in a private meeting in June 2001 on the Hill in Washington, D.C., said this about helping the needy of the world:

What will really wake ...

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Larry King Respects Believers

In World magazine, interviewer Larry King said:

I can't make that leap that a lot of people around me have made into belief that there's some judge somewhere. ...

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Mobster John Gotti Can't Escape Judgment

They used to call him "Dapper Don," for his $2,000 suits, and "Teflon Don," because the prosecutors couldn't get a conviction. But no one is teflon, not ...


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Rome's Fire Foreshadows Judgment

Fire is often used as a symbol of God's judgment in the Bible. And for good reason. The ancient world understood fire as a terrible destructive force. ...


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