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Living with Disappointment 

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The Federal election was on Monday. One thing this means for sure is that many Canadians, including Canadian Christians, will be disappointed on Tuesday. Many will not get the election results they were hoping and praying for – and if you were actively involved in the election – that you worked hard for. Here are some thoughts on disappointment for Christians. First, the Bible never promises that you will never be disappointed One of the “back-handed” ways that we know the Bible is God’s word is…
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Surprised By Paradox
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The longer I remain a Christian, the more assurance I find in the mysteries of the faith. When I consider the seeming contradictions within the Incarnation, the Kingdom, Grace, and Lament, they’re almost conspiratorial. They whisper about a reality broader and brighter than either/or; the paradoxes hold out the
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Preaching to the Heart

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When it comes to our knowledge of God and His Word, how do we bridge the gap between the head and the heart? This has been a perennial question among God’s people, as many have struggled to make biblical truth more than a mere abstraction in their lives. The question caught the attention of the Puritans in the seventeenth century. As preachers, they were particularly…

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Review of J-Curve
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The J-Curve is an economic concept that has been used for years to express the relationship between currency and investment potential. In his work J-Curve, Paul Miller teaches the church about an economic exchange of a different sort. His is an economy of death to self in exchange for resurrection in Christ. Miller has produced a number of books and Bible-studies and is best known as the author of A Praying Life. That Christians work too hard to save face before God and man is a theme that carries over from A Praying Life into J-Curve….
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Surprised By Paradox
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The longer I remain a Christian, the more assurance I find in the mysteries of the faith. When I consider the seeming contradictions within the Incarnation, the Kingdom, Grace, and Lament, they’re almost conspiratorial. They whisper about a reality broader and brighter than either/or; the paradoxes hold out the
What Role Does Natural Theology Have in Reformed Thinking?
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Should Reformed Christians engage in natural theology? Or ought we to follow Karl Barth’s famous “nein” to natural theology and instead claim with Barth that all theology starts with Christ? The classical Reformed answer, according to J. V. Fesko, is to answer no to Barth and yes to natural theology. He has a

Review of J-Curve

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The J-Curve is an economic concept that has been used for years to express the relationship between currency and

Surprised By Paradox

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The longer I remain a Christian, the more assurance I find in the mysteries of the faith. When I

Building Spiritual Habits for the Sake of Love

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After practicing the habits of The Common Rule for over a year, I can confidently report that I am

What Role Does Natural Theology Have in Reformed Thinking?

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Should Reformed Christians engage in natural theology? Or ought we to follow Karl Barth’s famous “nein” to natural theology
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