Posts tagged redemption church
Thanos and Abortion

(DON’T WORRY, NO SPOILERS.)

Avengers: Infinity War came out this past weekend. As I’ve mentioned on this blog before, I’m a big comic book fan. I grew up watching the cartoons and reading the comics. In fact, I even have Infinity Gauntlet #1 from ’91 which the latest Marvel Studios films borrows heavily from its storyline. As a fan, I’ve seen Avengers: Infinity War three times so far…

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Racism is a Gospel Issue

On the 50th anniversary of Martin Luther King Jr’s assassination, there are many who are rightfully considering his message today. Dr. King was far from a perfect man, but his message is one that we still need today. North America has never been more divided. For those reading that last sentence and thought, "But Canada does not have the same problems as the States," let me assure you - racism is alive and regretfully well in the Great North...

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How I Catechize My Children

..Despite what authors might write in their parenting books, there is no definite way to make sure you’re child belongs to the elect. After all, salvation belongs to the Lord not us. He is sovereign over all things, including the salvation of my children. Yet, this does not excuse the Christian parent from doing everything...

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Soul Winning: Stop Saying That!

I run in fairly conservative circles, so I understand if this post does not mean anything to you, but I hear this phrase of “soul winning” a lot. Honestly, I hear it way too often. Yet, every time it makes me squirm. Soul winning might be the most prideful and legalistic term that I hear good Christians use on a regular basis...

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How to Read like a Theologian

I read a lot of books. Let me be specific, I read a lot of theological books. I don’t read to make myself look smarter than I am or in an attempt to impress anyone else. I read theology for me. I read theology because I need it. I’m a flawed human being who needs to constantly be growing in the grace and knowledge of my Lord Jesus Christ...

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What's the Difference Between a Bad Teacher and a False Teacher?

Have you ever been listening to a sermon and thought, “Wow, this is bad?” Maybe it’s just the sermon overall, or perhaps it’s a specific statement the preacher makes that sets off your theology alarm and you know he’s wrong. I think we’ve all been there. Sometimes it’s tempting to just label the teacher a false teacher and move on...

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Book Review - On the Block by Doug Logan

Everyone loves to talk about being missional but few can really describe what it means to be missional beyond being evangelistic. Doug Logan has written the book on missional engagement. On the Black is a must read for any church planter or urban ministry pastor...

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