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I have just finished reading a fascinating book.  In “Deconstructing Evangelicalism”, D.G. Hart argues that evangelicalism, as a term to describe a section of Christianity in North America needs to be abandoned.  He argues that “born again Protestants would be better off if they abandoned the term evangelical altogether.”  Hart says, “Evangelicalism needs to be…

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I recently had a conversation regarding sin.  It started with one person relaying a conversation he had with a lifelong church member.  The church member had defined his Christian faith as follows: “I am affirmed and not judged.”  That’s nice said the other man, but is that the sum total of your faith?  Where does…

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No Tragedy in the Cross

Of course, Easter is not a tragedy! It is the glorious celebration of Jesus risen from the dead. He is the one who has conquered death, having left the great enemy of the human race in full retreat. Furthermore, the resurrection of Jesus is but the firstfruit. For after him will follow a harvest of…

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This article was first seen on FamilyLifeCanada.com. Written by Neil Josephson. As we have worked with thousands of couples, we’ve seen the power of an honest conversation. It opens the door for understanding and strength to flow into a relationship. But we also know it can be difficult to have such conversations… maybe especially in…

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3 Mysteries of the Cross - Back to the Bible Canada

Have this mind among yourselves, which is yours in Christ Jesus, who, though he was in the form of God, did not count equality with God a thing to be grasped, but emptied himself, by taking the form of a servant, being born in the likeness of men. And being found in human form, he…

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Evangelism: The Holy Spirit Preparing Aching Hearts to Hear

A great many Christians are aware they should be actively sharing their faith.  But for too many of us, the task is daunting.  How do we begin a conversation about Christ and his gospel?  What will happen to our friendships afterwards?  What if the person with whom we are sharing our faith, asks questions that…

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Easter and My Need for a Saviour - Back to the Bible Canada

One of the reasons why Easter is losing its power to influence lives is the lack of preaching on sin. It is not surprising that fewer and fewer people in our society think of themselves as sinners. For it is simply true that the farther we drift from God, the more likely we are to…

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I’ve been thinking recently about missions—which is the work of bringing the true story of Jesus where it hasn’t been, or where it currently isn’t. According to Joshua Project (an incredible resource on global missions), 3.23 billion people in our world are currently unreached. An unreached people group is “a people group among which there…

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How is Paul’s Conversion Experience Like Mine? - Back to the Bible Canada with Dr. John Neufeld

The conversion of Saul of Tarsus has long fascinated both Christians and non-Christians alike. Indeed, the phrase, “he had a Damascus Road experience” has, to some degree, been maintained even in our secular culture. To be sure, it is sometimes used as a form of sarcasm. When a politician suddenly changes his mind on something,…

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