Category Archives: Quotes of the Week

The Safest Road to Hell

Screwtape advises Wormwood to use mindless triviality and banality in his attack on the Christian.

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Why So Many are Surprised at the State of Race Relations

We tend to understand race, racism, and the form of racialization as constants rather than as variables.

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You Can’t Pass On Faith You Don’t Have

The real problem in America today isn’t that we believers are foreigners. It’s that our children and grandchildren aren’t.

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Marveling at God’s Sovereignty and Human Choice

Surely our lives are greatly enriched when we recognize the mysterious beauty of the interplay between God’s ways and ours.

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Your Personal Idea of God? What Matters Is His Idea of You

A paragraph of refreshing common sense from atheist writer Julian Barnes.

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God On Earth, Man in Heaven, and All Became Mingled Together

John Chrysostom (349-407 A.D.) asks the question, “What could ever be equal to these good tidings?”

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Joy Flowing to the World

Borrowing a few lyrics from “Joy to the World”, here’s how the joy of God flows out from our hearts into civilization.

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Let All Mortal Flesh Keep Silence

One of my favorite lesser-known hymns that fits the Christmas season well

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Jesus is the Key to the Bible

J. C. Ryle on how Scripture testifies to Christ.

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A “Dull Preacher” is a Contradiction

I would say that a “dull preacher” is a contradiction in terms; if he is dull he is not a preacher.

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