Category Archives: Multiculturalism

Multiculturalism, Part 5: Directions for Dealing with the Influence of False Religion

Do not learn the way of the nations… For the customs of the peoples are delusion.Jeremiah 10:2-3 What should someone do who has been converted from a culture that is heavily influenced by paganism? They should examine every part of … Continue reading

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Multiculturalism, Part 4: Is It a Sin to Learn About False Religions?

Do not learn the way of the nations… For the customs of the peoples are delusion.Jeremiah 10:2-3 God commanded His people not to learn the unbiblical, foolish way of life produced by false religions (Jer. 10:2). This way of life … Continue reading

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Multiculturalism, Part 3: God’s Evaluation of the Cultures of the World

Do not learn the way of the nations… For the customs of the peoples are delusion.Jeremiah 10:2-3 The words of Jeremiah may have felt like a hammer when they were originally delivered. This is why riots formed after his prophecies … Continue reading

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Multiculturalism, Part 2: What Is the Source of Culture?

Do not learn the way of the nations… For the customs of the peoples are delusion.Jeremiah 10:2-3 In Jeremiah 10:2 the people of God are commanded not to learn the way of the Gentiles. Today, we call the way of … Continue reading

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Multiculturalism, Part 1: The Prophet Jeremiah on the Cultures of the World

Can anything good be found in man or the world apart from the grace and presence of the Lord Jesus Christ? What would the world look like if only one nation had the Bible? It would look like the days … Continue reading

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A Call for Aragorn Rather Than Captain America

The soul is a river that always moves onward. Heroes that are on our own level or lower form a kind of dam where the water can stagnate. Did not Paul say, “I press on” precisely because he had not … Continue reading

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Four Reasons We Need Virtuous Heroes

1. The books and tales which have consistently been asked for over the centuries are those stories that highlight virtue. The word classic means that which has been approved over time by a wide section of men and women. We … Continue reading

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Good Presentations of Total Depravity

Another objection might say that the Bible is full of sins and sinners. In the closing chapters of the book of Judges the history shows violent murder, rampant theft, and animalistic fornication. Throughout the OT, crass and vile episodes are … Continue reading

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Wasn’t David a Raw, Broken, Messy Hero?

David broke God’s law with a high hand for a prolonged period of time, yet he is a hero of the faith. One of the remarkable traits of Scriptural history is its portrayal of the terrible sins of the patriarchs. … Continue reading

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Two Kinds of Sin

Every man is a sinner, but not the same kind of sinner. When Paul writes to the church at Corinth he calls this struggling, immature body “the church of God … those who have been sanctified in Christ Jesus, saints … Continue reading

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