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Which Side of History Are You on?

I saw a recent hand-held sign from a protester on television with the words: “Which side of history are you on?” With another Christmas approaching, I can’t overstate how relevant that notion is when it comes to Christ’s kingdom, which … Continue reading

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Why God gave us the Psalms: Reflections on Psalm 90

Psalm 90 highlighted John Donne, that great poet-preacher-Dean of St. Paul’s Cathedral felt that his age was a shifting one. He wrote a poem that expressed his sorrow over the changes in culture by lamenting the passing of a distinguished … Continue reading

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A Refuge in the Shadow of Thy Wings (Psalm 57)

Be merciful unto me, O God, be merciful unto me: For my soul trusteth in thee: Yea, in the shadow of thy wings will I make my refuge, Until these calamities be overpast. – David, The Cave of Adullam Once … Continue reading

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A New Low in the War on Christmas

The depths of anti-Christian depravity found among some of the intelligentsia in our post-Christian culture has reached a new low. As if that were possible. Just in time for Christmas, a season of joy and giving spawned by the birth … Continue reading

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This Christmas, Defy the Atheists—Worship the Truth

In years past, atheists have put up billboards in places like New York City to discourage people from attending church at Christmas time (or any time, for that matter). Now they’re bring their campaign to the Bible belt. A report … Continue reading

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The Advent of Controversy

Another Christmas season begins. Get ready to read the headlines of the new lawsuits by the “civil libertarians” ready to throw the baby-in-the-manger out with the bathwater. I remember years ago when somebody called the Christmas season, “The Advent of … Continue reading

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The Sin of Ingratitude

Joey Adams told a joke that goes like this: Did you ever hear about the ungrateful lady at the beach who had a little child with her? She was too close to the water, and a big wave came in. … Continue reading

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Do You Get the Picture? Classic Christmas Films Through the Lens of Creation, Fall, and Redemption

The greatest stories are stories that show in some way the drama of creation, fall, and redemption. In Advent, the story of stories comes to life. The story comes to life in hymns, liturgies, and customs that touch us in … Continue reading

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The U. S. Chaplain: Heroism, Christlikeness, and Black Saturday

Dr. Michael Milton Shares on the Military Chaplaincy In an Interview by Zoe Erler Zoe Erler: Michael Milton’s long and varied ministry across the military, the business world and the Church has given him a unique framework for his role … Continue reading

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Praising Allah at the National Cathedral

Recently, my wife and I had the privilege to visit the National Cathedral in Washington, DC. Someone asked me, “What were you doing there?” My response: “Worshiping Jesus Christ.” Before and after the beautiful service, it was a delight to … Continue reading

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