Category Archives: dishonesty

Will We Let Jesus Rise In Our Lives & In Our Churches?

A question for the day after Good Friday: Will we allow Jesus to rise in our lives and in our churches? Let Jesus rise! Don’t keep Him shut up in the tomb of tradition! Let Easter happen in you and … Continue reading

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Examining the S-word — sin.

It seems like the only sin left in American culture is calling something a sin. If you dare to use the s-word, you will promptly be accused of “judging.” You may even be called a “hater.” Nowadays society demands that we … Continue reading

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Is Soicety Reaping The Violence It’s Been Showing?

Is society reaping the graphic violence it’s been showing for decades in movies, on TV, and in video games?  Can that be a factor in the evil acts of random mass murder being frequently committed in America? Does showing scenes … Continue reading

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Are You A Sold-Out Copycat?

Copycating contemporary culture — shouldn’t we take a higher view than monkey see, monkey do?  Rather than taking rides on society’s hot and trendy tides, shouldn’t Christ’s followers be on His side and go against the tide? According to Jesus, … Continue reading

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“First we practice sin, then defend it, then boast of it.” –Thomas Manton

Posted in choice, corrupt culture, criticism, defend, defense, denial, depravity, depression, disapproval, discomfort, dishonesty, disrespect, human nature, human rights, judge, judgment, lifestyles, meaning, moral failures, moral principles, moral restraints, morality, morality-phobic, morals, post-Christianity, rebellion, recovery, repent, repentance, seduction, seduction of self-destruction, self, self-destruction, self-produced, selfish desires | Tagged , , , , | 1 Comment

“Bond — James Bond” vs. “Bond — Lifetime Bond”

1)  “Bond — James Bond” In the first James Bond movie, Dr. No, Sean Connery identifies himself by saying:  “Bond (long pause) James Bond!”  For 50 years, from that first Bond movie to Sky Fall, the 23rd one, the Bond … Continue reading

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Are You Tired Of Watching Decadence In Movies & On TV?

Are you tired of movies and TV shows showing people acting out anger and angst, disrespect and disdain?  Are you fed up with watching people lying, cheating, deceiving, stealing, fighting, and killing?  Have you had enough of being brainwashed by … Continue reading

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