Category: Christianity

Compulsion And Virtue

 William  August 18, 2004  2 Comments on Compulsion And Virtue

What really makes the historic American dream and the nature of the country and society it has nurtured different from the goals of Islam and the nature of the countries and societies it has spawned? This is an important issue…

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Christian Carnival XXXI Submissions

 William  August 17, 2004  1 Comment on Christian Carnival XXXI Submissions

This week’s Christian Carnival is being hosted tomorrow at Parableman. It’s a great way to get recognition for your blog. Submit your best post from the past week , since last Tuesday at midnight, on a Christian-related theme (it can…

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Paradigms And Biblical Exegesis

 William  August 16, 2004

You should never read something that starts your intellectual juices after midnight; it will probably prevent you from getting very much sleep as the thoughts race back and forth across your mental topography, pushing sleep further and further from its…

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 William  August 15, 2004  2 Comments on Weekends

It is Sunday evening and the weekend is almost over. That has gotten me to thinking about the importance that we all seem to attach to this weekly time off from work. Our culture appears to see weekends as the…

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Personal Witness

 William  August 12, 2004  2 Comments on Personal Witness

Sometimes God just puts you in the right place at the right time so He can have His say. God did just that for a mother in Arizona earlier this week. As Maura was walking down the hallway of the…

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Personal Prayers Written Down

 William  August 11, 2004  6 Comments on Personal Prayers Written Down

In the process of teaching Paul’s Letter to the Philippians, which I have done five or six times, I have always challenged the group to write a prayer of their own to someone they love. I asked them to base…

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Christian Carnival XXX: OK God, Now What?

 William  August 11, 2004  7 Comments on Christian Carnival XXX: OK God, Now What?

I had originally hoped to get this out by 6 A.M. EDT, but I underestimated the amount of work involved. Kudos to all who have done this ahead of me and I offer my prayers for those coming behind. Most…

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The War On Terror: A Perspective From Faith

 William  August 10, 2004

If you are a Christian who believes in the Great Commission and takes your faith seriously, then you should be aware of the recent argument made by the author of Belmont Club, Matt Wretchard (he calls himself Wretchard The Cat),…

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Husbands and Wives

 William  August 10, 2004

I have been reading, at the request of my wife, Sex, Romance, and the Glory of God: What Every Christian Husband Needs to Know by C. J. Mahaney, the senior pastor at my daughter’s church. There is also a section in…

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Christian Carnival XXX

 William  August 9, 2004  4 Comments on Christian Carnival XXX

This week’s Carnival is here at Beyond the Rim… So, be thinking about submitting an article or getting your blogger friends to submit an article. Email me – use the button on the sidebar or send it to beyondtherim at…

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