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Eternal Linkage

Sever Christmas from Good Friday and the result would be to doom Christmas as nothing more than a time to be merry and gay based on Lore.


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An Unfathomable Mystery

The mystery of the humanity of Christ, that He sunk Himself into our flesh, is beyond all human understanding.


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Born in a Grave

There was a time during the most horrible persecutions of the Jews by the Nazis in Poland that an old Jewish cemetery keeper came into the cemetery one ...


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A Liturgy on the Incarnation

He whom none may touch is seized;

He who looses Adam from the curse is bound.

He who tries the hearts and inner thoughts of man is unjustly brought to trial; ...


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Church's Christmas Offering Builds Clinic in Africa

The thousands who attended the Willow Creek Leadership Summit in 2009 saw a video clip about the Whittier Area Community Church in California. Someone ...


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Tim Keller: Christ Took on Our Rejection

No greater pain has ever been experienced on any level than the hell of Christ suffering in this moment. But why? Because he carried all of that pain, ...


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Finding Christ's Presence in Cancer

On his 39th birthday, poet Christian Wiman was diagnosed with an incurable form of blood cancer. He wrote frankly about the agonizing effects of his illness ...


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Man Tries to Live Like a Badger

In his everyday life, Charles Foster is a respected veterinarian, a practicing lawyer, and a teacher at Oxford University in England. But as noted in ...


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The Resurrection Proved its Power among African Americans

A recent (2018) article in Christianity Today traces how early African American Christianity proved the power of the Resurrection against oppression.


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God’s Power in Unexpected Places

Richard Dawkins is the author of The God Delusion. He was formerly Professor for Public Understanding of Science at Oxford University. He once debated ...


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