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Understanding Theology

Often times theology, or its presentation, can seem confusing or complex. Tim Challies and Josh Byers book, Visual Theology: Seeing and Understanding the Truth About God, changes that.  Utilizing a mixture of text and infographics, Visual Theology provides clear and concise theological education. … Continue reading

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Exchanging Good Works for Facebook Likes (Matthew 6)

Matthew 6:1, “Be careful not to practice your righteousness in front of others to be seen by them.  If you do, you will have no reward from your Father in heaven.” A disturbing trend in the church world seems to … Continue reading

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Why I Quit Tithing – A response to critics

After more than a month of the original post, Why I Quit Tithing, and more than 200 views there have been several comments and criticisms (I encourage you to read the comments under the original post).  Here is my response to … Continue reading

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Robert Morris’ Blessed Church

I chose to read, The Blessed Church: The Simple Secret to Growing the Church You Love, after noticing that several large churches around have been having its author, Robert Morris, as a guest speaker.  I wanted to know what he was … Continue reading

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A Year With G.K. Chesterton

Kevin Belmonte succinctly captures the essence of English author, and orthodox Christian, G. K. Chesterton in his book A Year With G. K. Chesterton: 365 Days of Wisdom, Wit, and Wonder.  I started reading through this devotional a month ago, … Continue reading

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The Power of Knowing God

I was attracted to this book, The Power of Knowing God (40-Minute Bible Studies), as it is billed as a “6-week, no-homework bible study”.  I hate doing Bible studies that require a lot of writing, copying, and fill in the blank. … Continue reading

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