Archive for the ‘Weekly Thoughts’ Category

Confronting Evil

September 15th, 2014  No Comments »

My character as a minister will allow, and perhaps require me to observe, that the best human policy is that which is connected with a reverential regard to Almighty God

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The Nature of Ministry

September 8th, 2014  No Comments »

Were the work of a preacher indeed confined to the delivery of a moral discourse, this would not be an arduous task.

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The Courage to Preach

September 5th, 2014  1 Comment »

The timid minister is as bad as the timid surgeon.

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Digging into Scripture

September 2nd, 2014  No Comments »

Those who are prospecting for gold or silver in the veins of the earth do not dig lightly at the upper crust but somehow penetrate down to the bottom and the deepest parts of the abyss and finally from there collect some gold nuggets.

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The Nature of Scripture: A View from Rome

August 28th, 2014  No Comments »

The “Biblical Renewal” is one of the most significant movements that has both preceded and followed the Second Vatican Council (1962-1965). After centuries of prohibiting the circulation of the Bible in the vernacular languages and forbidding access to it, the Roman Catholic Church has been

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The Marian Message of Pope Francis in Korea

August 25th, 2014  No Comments »

The Papal visit to Korea (August 13th-18th, 2014) was his first trip to Asia and many commentators have already highlighted different geo-political aspects of it.

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Leaving a Godly Legacy

August 22nd, 2014  No Comments »

A significant benefit in fulfilling this call is found in the example of godly parents whom we have had the privilege of observing.

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Reading and Thinking

August 20th, 2014  No Comments »

To a generation that survived the horrors of war, Lewis recommended the edifying practice of reading.

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Scripture and Faith

August 18th, 2014  No Comments »

Jesus and the apostles, Athanasius and Augustine, Thomas and Bonaventure, Luther and Calvin, and Christians of all churches have down the centuries confessed and recognized Scripture as the word of God…

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The Scars of Jesus

August 15th, 2014  1 Comment »

We live in a day of suffering. A simply survey of news headlines verifies this fact…

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