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Tag Archives: christianity

Local Christian Leaders Call Christian Nationalism a “Heresy” and an Aberration of Historic Christianity

Add to that the biblical concept found in 1 Peter 4:17—that judgement must first begin at the house of God—and you have a crescendo of voices trying to work their way through the unholy syncretism of “God and Country” in America, otherwise known as Christian nationalism. This is not just a national movement, either, as Spokane-area Christian pastors and leaders are adding their voices to this mix.

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Lessons From the Classroom of Life

As a Christian, I believe that loving my neighbor is a command from God, so why, after more than 40 years of being a follower of Jesus, do I sometimes feel like I’m still a freshman at the University of Love and Good Deeds?

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The Gap between Lightning and Thunder

There's a gap. A gap between the possibility of holiness and the convoluted facts on the ground. There’s a distance between my daydreams, in which all things seem possible, and the possibilities that spill onto the blacktop and seep into the cracks.

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