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Christian Living

Spiritual Depression: Its Causes and Cure

December 10, 2012

The great Dr. Lloyd-Jones on depression. Lloyd-Jones is one of the greatest preachers of the last 100 years. You can grab his book on depression here, where one writer says about him’ “Having been one of the greatest medical doctors of his country, and then having pastored among God’s people for many years, Lloyd-Jones was […]

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Spurgeon – “The only cure for depression is faith”

December 8, 2012

One of my favorite preachers of church history is the one and only Charles Spurgeon. Spurgeon suffered with depression through his whole ministry, not doubt due in part to the huge burden on his shoulders of all the souls he was shepherding. And it seems that the issue is a common one among pastors. (Perhaps […]

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John Piper on How to Respond to Depression

December 6, 2012

In light of my upcoming class on Pastoral Counseling, and a recent conversation I had with a friend, over the next few days I’ll be posting some of my findings on the Biblical view of depression.

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This Momentary Marriage

May 25, 2012

The video below will pull at your heartstrings. It’s a great story of how this book… helped a faithful, God-honoring marriage.

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Your Parental Rights Are Not Protected

November 29, 2011

Do you expect your kids to go to church 2-3 times per week? Do you want to know when “same sex” books are being taught in elementary school? Think you have a right to parent your children the way you would like? See this short documentary, showing 3 cases where parents thought they had a […]

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Could the Bible Have Been A Conspiracy?

November 10, 2011

A common attack against the Bible is to say it was all a conspiracy. That a secret council, or the Emperor Constantine, basically made up the Bible. Popularly this is promoted in the book and movie The Da Vinci Code”. On a scholarly level, one of the biggest proponents of this type of revisionist history […]

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The Coming Persecution

September 30, 2011

In January of this year, Peter and Hazelmary Bull (a Christian couple) were ordered by to pay damages because they had refused to rent a room to a homosexual couple in their seaside inn. A taxpayer run organization even funded the gay couples court case. The judge said, “social attitudes in Britain had changed”. But […]

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Bin Laden and Theology Roundup

May 2, 2011

Much has already been said in the Christian blogosphere about the death of mass-murderer Osama Bin Laden (OBL). Many commenters have objected that it was not right for the U.S. to kill OBL. The two biggest objections come in the form of quoting Ezekiel 18:23 or arguing that since we are all sinners before God, […]

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Home Churches in America

April 27, 2011

“According to NBC news, between 6 and 12 million people are part of the “home church” movement in America. Is this a positive sign or a distressing sign of more apostasy away from the historical church?” Kevin Swanson discusses the issues involved with the home churches. He also touches on an important question regarding the […]

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Babywise and Theology: Is the Ezzo Method Biblical?

March 17, 2011

Are you Babywise? Are you doing the Ezzo method? These were common questions asked of Christian parents in the late 90’s and early 2000’s. Although declining in popularity these days, the parenting methods developed by Gary and Anne Marie Ezzo were very popular amongst Christians. Their most popular book, Babywise, was published in 1993 as […]

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