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A Point, Not a Pattern

After the Ananias and Sapphira incident, I wonder how long it took the apostles to realize God was making a point, not stamping a pattern.


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Signs of the Times

The May 1984 National Geographic showed through color photos and drawings the swift and terrible destruction that wiped out the Roman Cities of Pompeii ...


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Eugene Peterson on Our Dangerous Faith

Sometimes I think that all religious sites should be posted with signs reading, "Beware the God." The places and occasions that people gather to attend ...


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The Necessity of God's Wrath

The biblical doctrine of God's wrath is rooted in the doctrine of God as the good, wise and loving creator, who hates—yes, hates, and hates implacably—anything ...


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America's Four Gods

According to the authors of the book America's Four Gods, Americans differ widely from one another on two key areas of belief about God: (1) the level ...


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God's Love and Wrath Go Together

Miroslav Volf, a Christian theologian from Croatia, used to reject the concept of God's wrath. He thought that the idea of an angry God was barbaric, ...


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Judgment for a Crime Measured by the One Against Whom It Is Committed

Colin Smith addresses people who object to God's judgment on sin:

You may say, "Wait a minute. How can any sin deserve everlasting destruction? If God ...

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Judge Sentences a Man for Yawning

Clifton Williams was headed to the courthouse in Joliet, Illinois to support his cousin, who was going to be sentenced. At the precise moment that Judge ...


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Susan Sarandon Rejects Church but Fears Death

In a recent (2014) interview, actress and social activist Susan Sarandon talked about having long-given up on "organized religion." Sarandon who "nurtures ...


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Judges Swayed By Lunch and Snack Breaks

In 2010, three researchers from the U.S. and Israel decided to test the legal adage that justice equals "what the judge ate for breakfast." The research ...


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