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If I told you the following statistics about a certain group of people, who would you guess I’m talking about? Over 40% say they are not born again. 35% declare the Bible has errors (or they don’t know … Continue reading
Martin Luther (1483-1546) strongly challenged the church of his day over un-biblical practices like forgiving sins for financial contributions or the veneration of artifacts, that were drastically clouding over the Good News. It’s recorded that Luther’s spiritual father at the time pleaded … Continue reading
Portland, Oregon, is the largest major city near to where I live. The un-official motto of the City of Portland is “Keep Portland Weird”; from city sanctioned “naked bike rides” through parks, to a twice-elected mayor who is a homosexual … Continue reading
Paul begins his “Gospel” of Romans with man’s sinfulness. Read Romans 1 and 2. Without a divine revelation of man’s utter and total sinfulness, there is no need for the righteousness that comes only from God. Without a consideration of … Continue reading
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