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Is Human Life Worth Preserving?

On numerous occasions, I have written about the Christian concern for the sanctity of life. Rooted in the doctrine of the image of God, the Bible treats all human life as precious. Even though we are fallen and now have a sin nature, and even while the image of God has become twisted and distorted,…

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Walking the Line: In our newest series, Kal Sidhu takes us through the amazing testimony of how God delivered him from the bondage of substance abuse. The post Episode 007: Walking the Line With Kal Sidhu appeared first on indoubt.

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When I was a kid we used to tell name jokes. We stood in the schoolyard and one of us would say, “What do you call a lady with one leg shorter than the other? Eileen Dover.” And we would laugh until we had to sit down. “How about a guy without arms and legs…

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“Am I behaving like what I really want?” Well, let’s face it, the late night popcorn feast I just partook in does not support my desire to lose five pounds. Parking as close to the mall as possible does not speak to my vow of getting more exercise this year. And certainly, hollering my head…

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“What comes into our minds when we think about God is the most important thing about us.” – A.W. Tozer, “The Knowledge of the Holy” If Tozer is right – that nothing is of greater importance than what we think when we think about God – then we can hardly overestimate the importance of the study…

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Between faith, hope and love – hope is the neglected triplet. In my church foyer, I hear many conversations about faith and the sanctuary echoes with songs about love. But hope receives scant attention. When it is pushed to the front of the platform, it feels like a facsimile shaped into the tune of a…

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I like to ask audiences goofy questions. Sometimes I ask, “Is anyone here cheap?” A couple of brave and honest souls raise their hands. Then I ask, “Is anyone seated beside a cheap person?” Suddenly there are hundreds of people happy to introduce me to their cheap friends. I tell my wife, “I’m not cheap,…

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“Blue Monday” is the term used to describe the third Monday in January, reported as being the most depressing day of the year. The “science” behind the recognition of this day is based upon a quite complicated set of criteria including: weather, day light, debt level, failure of New Year’s resolutions, and low motivation. According…

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