Wednesday, August 27, 2014

#Ferguson


#Ferguson
I do not care if you hate me.  I do not care if you think that because of the melanin in my skin I am inferior to you.  I do not care if you are prejudiced and ignorant by choice to different cultures and points of view: you can have your opinions, you can have your views, and you have your biases.  As long as your biases do not affect my social mobility, I don’t care!  I know who I am, I do not need anyone's confirmation of my humanity and greatness for my affirmation of it.

Wednesday, August 20, 2014

Pre-Order A Copy of "Eight Questions Towards Infinity"

Pre-Order A Copy of "Eight Questions Towards Infinity"


Develop your faith, or strengthen your faith, or help someone else develop an interest in God by pre-ordering your copy of Lawrence W. Rodgers new apologetic work "Eight Questions Towards Infinity".  This work will look at the questions of the existence of God, is atheism legitimate, the Biblical creation accounts in a scientific world, is Jesus really our savior, why even attend an assembly service, and more?  This book will be released in September, so pre-order your own copy today.  




Friday, August 15, 2014

Revolutionary Moses: Five Things You Might Not Have Realized about Moses

Revolutionary Moses: Five Things You Might Not Have Realized about Moses

Taking a look into Hebrews 11:23-28, this article reveals five facts you might not have realized that made Moses a revolutionary and a liberator:

Monday, July 28, 2014

Love is not an option!

Love is not an option!

Loving one another is not an option, but rather it is mandatory for Christians.  The Bible is very clear that we ought to love one another, but what does that look like?  In 1 Corinthians 13, Paul talks about love in great detail.  He just finished discussing spiritual gifts in chapter 12, and then he discussed unity and diversity of the church emphasizing that we are one body.  Then immediately in chapter 13 Paul begins to discuss the attributes of love, which leaves the reader only to make the natural contextual conclusion that chapter 13 of 1 Corinthians is about love as it relates to the local church, specifically in unity and diversity, and also in how we use our God given gifts. 

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