Tag Archives: Protestant Reformation

What if you weren’t going to die tonight…

Imagine coming up to a suicide bomber and saying, “If you were to die tonight, do you know you would go to heaven?” He or she would most likely respond, “Yes, of course, why do you think I have these bombs strapped … Continue reading

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Taking a fresh look at holiness

What picture or impression comes to mind when you think of the word, “holiness?” What is holiness to you? In the Bible, it means “sanctified” or set apart…Well, sanctified or set apart for what? And what does that look like? What should … Continue reading

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Quotes: Robert Farrar Capon

“Christianity is not a religion; it is the announcement of the end of religion.” “I think good preachers should be like bad kids. They ought to be naughty enough to tiptoe up on dozing congregations, steal their bottles of religion … Continue reading

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Three Reformations

ref·or·ma·tion  noun. The act of reforming or the state of being reformed. re-form’  verb.  “To put or change into an improved form or condition. The Kingdom of God is always advancing; therefore, our understanding of God’s changeless Word is always … Continue reading

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