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Christian Living - Latest Columns, Page 7
» How Amazing Grace Changed The World
       by Dr. Nigel M. de S. Cameron
       I was just reading a brilliant book about Winston Churchill that looks at him in "40 ways" (by Gretchen Rubin, Random House). Churchill's greatness - as the towering human being of his long generation - is beyond dispute, whatever the ambig... read more
    February 22, 2007
» A Review Of Storming Heaven by Kyle Mills
       by Frederick Meekins
       Incidents such as Waco, Jonestown, and the Heaven's Gate suicides prove the unique challenge such sects pose to contemporary society because of the threats they represent to both life and liberty while having to balance the need to protect the innoce... read more
    February 20, 2007
» Zeus our problem
       by Matt Friedeman
       For Christians, any other "god" -- or the tangible reality reflected in our lives -- is an idol worth rebuking. The Church, like much of the world, has been enticed by the temptations of eroticism, wine, music, beauty, and wealth. And somet... read more
    February 11, 2007
» Crossing the Chasm
       by Marsha Jordan
       Jesus provided the gift of atonement, but not everyone accepts His gift. Some don't want the gift, but many just don't know how to receive it. The first step across the chasm between us and God is believing that Jesus was who He said He was -- the Ch... read more
    February 6, 2007
» Dead Men Walking
       by Marsha Jordan
       Lazarus had been dead and rotting in the grave for days. His sister told Jesus, "He stinketh." (And who says there's no humor in the Bible?) But Jesus called Lazarus out of the grave. When He came upon a funeral procession, Jesus raised tha... read more
    January 30, 2007
» Extreme Makeover
       by Marsha Jordan
       The husband and I are "boat people." Not the kind that fled from Viet Nam. We're the kind of boat people who drive half a day to wait in line for an hour at the boat landing, just to take a thirty minute boat ride. H.M. is actually more of ... read more
    January 16, 2007
» Are Pastors to Blame for the Divorce Epidemic?
       by Matt Friedeman
       We have a divorce epidemic in America today. And I am wondering how much pastors are to blame. I am of the school that thinks we usually put way too little expectation on the Church and its pastors for societal woes. When it comes to the institution ... read more
    January 15, 2007
» Boozing Epidemic Among Young Adult Church Groups
       by Frederick Meekins
       In discussing her book "Thrill Of The Chaste: Finding Fulfillment While Keeping Your Clothes On" on the Albert Mohler Show, journalist Dawn Eden made an observation that many young adult or singles ministries are centered around drinking. T... read more
    January 13, 2007
» The Road of Life
       by Marsha Jordan
       Have you noticed that vacations rarely go the way you planned? Here's a typical scenario: Mom and dad outline a fun and interesting trip for the family. They excitedly pack the Volkswagon and pull out of the driveway with great expectations. Then fiv... read more
    January 9, 2007
» Merry Bizaromas
       by Frederick Meekins
       In the Superman comics, Bizarro is a twisted clone of Superman that perceives things backwards such as bad being good, up being down, and left being right. As intense as the annual Christmas conflagrations have become over the past few years, it was ... read more
    December 21, 2006
» Apparently Not The Thought That Counts
       by Frederick Meekins
       In a land as prosperous as that of the United States, from time to time parents must remind their offspring that the Christmas season is not suppose to be as much about the gift as about the sentiment behind the present. However, as charities themsel... read more
    December 17, 2006
» Life Matters to God -- And Here's How to Live It
       by Tim Wildmon
       Funny how life changes as you go though the years. For most people in America it goes like this. Childhood is filled with wonder. Everything is a new experience. There is very little sense of time except that it seems like forever until Christmas arr... read more
    December 13, 2006
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