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Modern Myth #4 — Do Whatever Feels Good To You

A great myth in our society tells people to do whatever feels good to them.  This idea has risen to the level of a god in our culture.  However, are feelings always a good guide for behavior? Feelings are frequently … Continue reading

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Humanity’s Biggest Failure

What is humanity’s greatest failure?  It is a failure of understanding, a failure of love, a failure of respect.  It is a failing of compassion, a failing of negotiation, a failing of faith.  It is trusting in human power rather … Continue reading

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The Rolling Stones, Satisfaction, & Sadhu Sundar Singh

The Rolling Stones sang: “I can’t get no satisfaction ‘Cause I try and I try and I try and I try I can’t get no, I can’t get no.” And the Stones are not alone. The inability to find satisfaction seems to … Continue reading

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Are We Missusing The Word “Church”

Our society has a big problem. Few people have ever asked the question: What is church?  Are we missusing the word church? We think we know what church is so we don’t ask. “Here’s the church and here’s the steeple. Open it … Continue reading

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11 Big American Lies About Sex

Here are 11 big lies about sex that Americans are continually fed through various forms of media: 1) It is perfectly acceptable to use a human being for your selfish physical pleasure (as long as they are consenting). 2) Whenever you … Continue reading

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