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05.20.2014 by Reed Dunn

Necessity of the Church

Church… what’s the point?

Topics: church

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04.21.2014 by Reed Dunn

Heavenly Movies

Food for thought regarding “Heaven Is For Real.”

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04.18.2014 by Greg Billingsley

Christ, The Cornerstone

On the Thursday night before Jesus’s crucifiction, Jesus ate the Passover meal with his disciples in what we have traditionally called the Last Supper. During this supper, many interesting (and even paradoxical) things happen – Jesus washing the disciples’ feet; Judas being identified as Jesus’s betrayer, apparently without the other disciples realization of it; and Jesus’s radical changes to the traditional Passover customs in instituting the Sacrement of the Lord’s Supper – but there has always been one seemingly normal thing that has stuck out to me. The singing of a hymn.

Topics: resurrection, christ's work, atonement

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01.02.2013 by Reed Dunn

Caesar, the Beast, and Crafts

Thinking through the Hobby Lobby problem.

Topics: worldview, reformed t, culture

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12.11.2012 by Reed Dunn

Putting Christ Back Into Christmas

Learning to have a “Happy Holiday”

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10.31.2012 by Reed Dunn

On Halloween

This date in history…

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09.13.2012 by Greg Billingsley

The Influence of a Worldview

There are thousands of things that influence the way we look at the world. Every experience we have, every book we read, every conversation we engage in, even down to every sensory input that is processed by our brain, can have some degree of effect, whether very large or extremely minuscule, on the way we view the world and interpret the events around us. However, underneath all of these things stand a small number of primary ideas that each one of us holds on to. These primary, foundational concepts have the most influence on our worldview, and, even though no one is truly consistent in applying these concepts, they have a large effect on one’s understanding of the world.

Topics: worldview, science, providence

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Series

09.07.2012 by Chris Miller

Ministering to Poohs

Though there is only one Pooh in the hundred-acre wood, there are many “Poohs” in the life of the church.  How can we minister to the “Poohs” in our midst and how can “Poohs” minister in our midst?

Topics: people of god, church, children

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Series

06.20.2012 by Chris Miller

PCA General Assembly

2012 General Assembly Update

Topics: presbyterian, general assembly, church

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06.05.2012 by Reed Dunn

Mr Darcy and the Church

I am convinced that our message is as attractive as Elizabeth Bennet and the Mr. Darcy’s out there just need to meet her.

Topics: culture

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Series

06.04.2012 by Greg Billingsley

Lifted By The Resurrection

In the final post of this series I discuss four things that the resurrection gives us for life: assurance, transformation, hope, and mission.

Topics: resurrection, christian life

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Series

05.22.2012 by Reed Dunn

The Takeaway

Final thoughts on the Lutheran Captivity of the Church.

Topics: systematic theology, justification

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Series

05.10.2012 by Chris Miller

Church in the Hundred Acre Wood - Introduction

I don’t imagine that using an illustration from the Hundred Acre Wood could capture all the wonder and glory of the communion of saints.  But I do hope, if you’ll hang with me (and I must admit I’m a little nervous about committing to such a project) throughout this blog that God might use it to help develop and nurture in you, and me, a deep love for, and appreciation of, the people of God.

Topics: relationships, people of god, ecclesiology, community, communion of the saints, church

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Series

05.08.2012 by Reed Dunn

The Road Ahead

What awaits us if we stick with Lutheranism?

Topics: systematic theology, lutheran, justification

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Series

05.01.2012 by Reed Dunn

Reclaiming Mythology

I believe that Genesis is mythological, and you should too.

Topics: philosophy, genesis, biblical theology

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Series

04.28.2012 by Greg Billingsley

Alternate Theories To The Resurrection – The Legend Theory

So far we’ve looked at the belief in, theology of, witnesses to, and alternate “dead end” theories for the resurrection. This post will tackle the most common argument against the resurrection of Jesus Christ that is heard today - The Legend Theory.

Topics: resurrection, apologetics

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Series

04.24.2012 by Reed Dunn

Johnny Law

Is God’s law good for anything besides condemning us?

Topics: the law, reformed theology, presbyterian, lutheran

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Series

04.19.2012 by Greg Billingsley

Alternate Theories To The Resurrection – Dead Ends

Throughout history belief in the resurrection has been critically met by skeptics and cynics alike. To a certain extent those critics have recognized that at least some of the historical evidence is trustworthy, but they still deny the resurrection of Jesus. In this post, we take a look at the four main alternate theories to the resurrection that have been so soundly refuted that they are no longer held in academia.

Topics: resurrection, apologetics

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