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Tim Keller’s Ungenerous Justice: Cultural Marxism and the New Branding of Liberation Theology

Posted by admin in February 23rd, 2020 | 1 comment 
Published in freedom, obedience, Politics, Social Issues

I believe Tim Keller is a Democratic Socialist and a Cultural Marxist. But it doesn’t really matter what I think. Let’s take a look at what Tim Keller says and we can come to a conclusion based on Keller’s own words. In 2018, Tim Keller tweeted, “Do I really need to defend that I’m not […]

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Why Trump – Now More Than Ever

Posted by admin in January 28th, 2020 | 10 comments 
Published in freedom, immigration, Politics, Social Issues, Trump

Right before Christmas, when Christians should’ve been focusing on Jesus’ birth and wholeheartedly celebrating, a well-known “Christian” magazine published a scathing editorial on President Donald Trump. The writer demanded Trump’s removal from office (based on the false accusations about Ukraine). But the article didn’t just criticize Trump, it went on to say that evangelicals who […]

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Guillotines and The Apocalypse

Posted by admin in January 16th, 2020 | 11 comments 
Published in faith, freedom, Waiting

When I was a kid we watched horrible movies at church about the last days. Thief in the Night and A Distant Thunder are such wretched films. They are badly directed, badly filmed, badly acted, and I’m not so sure they are theologically sound. Daryl told me he knew kids who became Christians because of those movies. Really? […]

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Am I a Pharisee?

Posted by admin in March 1st, 2015 | 6 comments 
Published in freedom, obedience

Recently I received an email from a sister in Christ calling me a Pharisee. Hmmm…a Pharisee? The dictionary gives two definitions of Pharisee: 1) A Pharisee was a member of an ancient Jewish sect that emphasized strict interpretation and observance of the Mosaic law in both its oral and written form; 2) A hypocritically self-righteous […]

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Am I Free or Just Loose?

Posted by admin in March 3rd, 2011 | 3 comments 
Published in freedom, obedience

Annie Dillard makes a very interesting distinction between freedom and just being loose in her book An American Childhood. Daryl is reading this book to me as part of our evening ritual. Dillard’s phrase, (used to describe her father that quit his job to travel the river), keeps rolling around in my head, “He wasn’t […]

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