Monthly Archives: September 2013

Where can a person find self-worth?

Writing in the August 13 edition of The Atlantic, Luke Epplin asks, “Must every kids’ movie reinforce the cult of self-esteem?” Epplin bemoans the formulaic sameness of kids’ animated films in which, time and again, the protagonists must “surmount their … Continue reading

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Is it a sin to doubt God?

What do Brad Pitt and Hugh Jackman have in common – that is, besides talent, good looks, popularity and wealth? They both grew up in strict Christian families, both went through considerable doubt in their adolescence and both eventually abandoned … Continue reading

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A mystery that will not be solved

Unless it is in a novel, a crime drama or on the big screen, Americans don’t care for mystery. Mysteries defy us, and we do not like to be defied. They perplex and confound us, and we would like to … Continue reading

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Why do smart people lose their faith?

The narrative goes like this: The little boy goes to Sunday School each week with his mother, and there he hears stories that stir his young mind. He hears about Adam and Eve, and their great mistake. He hears that … Continue reading

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New Sermons Posted

Click “From the Pulpit” to find five recent sermons from the Gospel of Luke that have just been added. If you find them helpful, share them with a friend!

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New Music posted

Check out the “Music ” page. I’ve posted Dan Hefner’s He’s the Rose and Kevin Looper’s Who’s a God like You? there. (I’ve finally figured out how to post music to the right page. Check it out from time to time.  … Continue reading

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