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Posts Tagged mercy


Christmas for Sinners

When the Magi finally met Jesus, the King of the Jews, after being led to him by a
special star; they did not find him in a king’s palace. They found Mary, Joseph,
and the babe in a manger.

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The Meaning of Christmas – with help from Linus

Linus Christmas Monologue from Peanuts-A Charlie Brown Christmas. Linus tells us ”what Christmas is all about”. Even though people around the world celebrate  Christmas on December 25, that was probably not the actual day on which Jesus was born. Many scholars believe that Jesus was more likely to have been born in September. But the […]

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Elmer Colyer: Theology or the Bible?

(Editor:  Those who follow this blog know of my convictions about trinitarian theology.  Sometimes people say (when the word THEOLOGY is brought up that they “just believe the Bible.”  The thing is, the Bible is a book of theology – and whenever we engage it, we are doing theology.  The word THEOLOGY means “the study […]

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Invitation to Mission, by Joseph Tkach

The subject of mission and outreach has sometimes been a source of passionate disagreement among Christian believers. Some Christians believe that they  should focus all mission efforts locally. Others believe mission should have more of an international focus.  Despite the disagreement, however, most would agree that mission is all about joining Jesus in his work […]

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Christmas Kindness

Joseph Tkach is a fine theologian and leader, whose writings I greatly enjoy.  Here is a recent note that I greatly appreciated and am happy to share with my blog readers. ————— Now that Halloween and Thanksgiving are behind us, our national attention has turned toward Christmas. Everywhere we look, Christmas is there, dominating television, […]

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What Are You Worth?

by Joseph Tkach Two years ago, a lock of Elvis  Presley’s hair that had been preserved by a fan was sold at auction for fifteen  thousand dollars. And last year, someone paid more than $20,000 for a set of Winston Churchill’s false teeth. And Emperor Napoleon’s toothbrush sold for $21,000. You and I are not […]

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Abraham

by Mike Feazell As a boy I heard the story of Abraham recounted at least once a week, and it usually went something like this: “God told Abraham to go, and he went. He didn’t ask questions; he didn’t hesitate; he just packed up and left everything he knew—country, family—and went. That’s how all of […]

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Interview w/Paul Molnar: The Giver and the Gift

Introduction: Welcome to this unique interview series  devoted to practical implications of Trinitarian Theology. Our guest today is  Dr. Paul Molnar. Mike Feazell: Paul Molnar is a Catholic Theologian and Professor of Systematic Theology at St. John’s University in New York. He is author of Thomas F. Torrance: Theologian of the Trinity, Incarnation and Resurrection, […]

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A New Thing

At least once a week, Christians meet together for worship. We gather at particular places, at particular times, and we worship in particular ways. But whatever our own place, time and way, the essence of Christian worship is always the same. It’s our response, as believers, to what God has done. In worship, we recall […]

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Thanksgiving

Most Americans have begun preparations for this year’s  Thanksgiving holiday, looking forward to this special time with family and  friends over good food. As believers, of course, we don’t limit giving thanks to God to a single day, because giving  thanks is the keynote of our lives and our worship. In Ephesians 5:19-20,  the apostle […]

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