Month: July 2019

2 Pet. 2:20

“How quickly and effortlessly can we slide into a series of small decisions that land us in a tangled web from which there is no easy exit.”  Erwin Lutzer, “Conflict with Doubt,” Growing Through Conflict, 48 “For if, after they have escaped the pollutions… Continue Reading “2 Pet. 2:20”

Are There No Moral Absolutes?

MODERN RELATIVISTIC THINKING suggests that we have no rule or standard by which we can distinguish between good and evil, right and wrong, or moral and immoral. Hilary Putnam, a Harvard University professor, sums it up when he declares that moral and ethical judgments… Continue Reading “Are There No Moral Absolutes?”

INCARNATE for July 25

7 But the Lord said to Samuel, “Do not look at his appearance or at his physical stature, because I have refused him. For the Lord does not see as man sees; for man looks at the outward appearance, but the Lord looks at the heart.”

Are You Getting Your Degree?

“We’re inclined to ask God for ease and that He’ll deliver us from pain in all of its agonizing forms…”

Can You Find One Hungry Soul?

I WAS FEELING overwhelmed. I don’t think I’d ever been in such a crowded place before.  Sure, I’d been in bigger cities, but never in a location where 950,000 plus people were poured together in this kind of a living, moving, elbow-to-elbow mass.  Welcome… Continue Reading “Can You Find One Hungry Soul?”