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Bad theology and worship music and Michael Gungor

Bad theology and worship music has been debated for many years. What makes a worship song bad? Are we just being lazy by accepting what is presented to us from Christian worship leaders without checking the Biblical truth behind the lyrics? Worship leader and musical artist, Michael Gungor, recently announced that he can no longer…

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Is the Old Testament Still Relevant?

Is the Old Testament still relevant? Should we even be paying attention to the “old laws.” Andy Stanley, the senior pastor of North Point Community Church in Georgia, recently made the news when he preached a message on Acts 15. Noting that the council in Jerusalem had allowed Gentiles to join the people of God…

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Last week in Berlin, over 100 parliamentarians, along with leading academic figures, met from 60 nations of the world, organized by the “International Panel of Parliamentarians for Freedom of Religion or Belief.” About 300 people were present. This year’s conference was entitled, “An Embattled Right: Protecting and Promoting Freedom of Religion and Belief.” The organization…

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I know that Canadians have a different perspective of the elections in the U.S. After all, we are the next-door neighbours peering over the fence at the goings on in the backyard next door. Whether one is looking over the fence or living in the yard, the vantage point is surely different, so Canadians must…

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I just got back from the Back to the Bible Alaska Cruise. For me, the highlight came at Glacier Bay as our ship spent a few hours simply standing still in the bay and most on board crowded the top to view this spectacular scene. At first it looked like we were quite close to…

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Last week, I had the marvelous opportunity of spending an entire day with a group of Anglican clergy. My task was to lead a seminar on expositional preaching. As I explained this to a dear friend, he remarked that it must now seem as if I had gone over to the dark side of the…

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Now that my jet lag has subsided, and I am fully back to work writing and in the recording studio, I have had some time to reflect further on my recent experience in Israel. Those of you who read this blog will know that Back to the Bible Canada is planning an Israel Experience in…

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Greetings! I have just arrived back home, having survived the gruelling trip from Canada to Israel and back again (a total of about 27 hours!). Myself, along with CEO Ben Lowell, COO Steve Biggerstaff, and videographer Jon Velasquez from Back to the Bible Canada spent about two weeks, first in Toronto, and then on to…

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