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Dr. John's Blog April 23, 2021
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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…

Dr. John's Blog April 12, 2021
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The account of the resurrection is the story of an unanticipated reversal of fortune. The arrest, the slander, the trial, the beatings and the crucifixion present us with a story…

Dr. John's Blog April 2, 2021
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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…

Dr. John's Blog March 31, 2021
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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…

Dr. John's Blog March 19, 2021
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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…

Dr. John's Blog March 11, 2021
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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…

Dr. John's Blog March 8, 2021
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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…

Dr. John's Blog February 23, 2021
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By now, anyone who is interested knows of the independent investigation into the sexual misconduct of Ravi Zacharias, conducted by Miller and Martin. RZIM has acknowledged that the report is…

Dr. John's Blog February 12, 2021
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Those of us who live in Canada are getting an interesting lesson in global politics and priorities these days.  We are now all aware that we have no manufacturing capacity…

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