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Some Inconvenient Truths

Inconvenient Truths

[featured-img] During the trial for his life, Jesus explained that he was all about truth. His words fell before a cynical politician who simply asked, “What is truth?” Facts, Myths, and Truths. Three words that muddy the waters of reality of religion and belief. Jesus said that the truth will set you free … but […]Read more »

Day 27, Acts 27

[featured-img] Acts 27:12, 37 “The majority decided we should sail on. … Altogether there were 276 of us on board.” There are a number of great Aha!’s in this chapter and it was hard to pick just one. For instance, the majority vote that resulted in a sinking ship. From cover to cover in the […]Read more »

Day 26, Acts 26

Acts 26:28 “Then Agrippa said to Paul, ‘Do you think in such a short time you can persuade me to be a Christian?’” 1n 1986 I started a church in Dothan, Alabama by knocking on doors and asking, “If you died tonight do you know for sure you’d go to heaven?” I was pretty successful […]Read more »

Day 25, Acts 25

Acts 25 is another chapter of mostly narration about Paul’s arrest, trial, and transfer to Rome. As I pondered the narrative, it dawned on me there’s an important lesson we as the church need to learn here: It is far too easy for those opposed to changes in the “status quo” to waylay the church […]Read more »

Day 24, Acts 24

Acts 24:14 “I worship the God of our ancestors as a follower of the Way.” I’ve long wished we could drop the term “Christianity” – which implies a “belief” in Christ – and return to the term the early church used: “The Way.” Although John 3:16, the most quoted verse in the Bible, says that […]Read more »
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