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Review: All Saints by Spurlock and Windle

When we think about church history, our minds often go back to Reformation times in Europe but, of course, God works throughout the whole world and all time.  All Saints presents the harrowing recent history of persecuted Karen Christians in Myanmar (formerly Burma), as well as the miraculous story of a dying American congregation, All Saints, […]

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Review: Trunk of Scrolls by Darlene Bocek

While there are many novels about Reformation times, and many church history biographies throughout the ages, we have come across very little fiction about early church history and even less about the creeds.  However, Darlene Bocek’s novel Trunk of Scrolls  covers the time after 526 AD, after the council of Chalcedon and during the continuing […]

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A Summer of Total Truth

This summer some dear ladies and I studied our way, together, through Nancy Pearcey’s Total Truth. Never have I seen so much enthusiasm about a book besides the Bible.  One of the ladies was still reading the introduction when she decided to buy her agnostic father a copy.  Another one related how every significant conversation […]

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The Case for Christ, the Movie

You might know the story of Lee Strobel since it was a huge best seller almost two decades ago.  But if you missed his book, The Case for Christ, like I did, here are the basics. Lee Strobel, atheist, investigative journalist, and family man, has it made.  His career is taking off, he is married […]

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Creation Conference Livestream, Aug 13-18

As bestselling author and former pastor Randy Alcorn pointed out several years ago But without the biblical doctrine of creation, there is not only no objective biblical authority, there is no doctrine of human sin and ultimate redemption. If there was no Adam, we did not sin in Adam, and did not need the last […]

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