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The March for Women: When Diversity Demands Conformity

I was really impressed by the large turnout of women around the world marching to be heard yesterday. Truly amazing. Yet at the same time I was dismayed at the volume level given to abortion and some of those chosen … Continue reading

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A Dream: A Sniper Rifle vs. Christ’s Binoculars

I just woke up from a powerful dream…in a coffee shop… in Cambodia. The dream was not about being in a coffee shop in Cambodia; I am literally in Cambodia in a coffee shop, having just woken up from a … Continue reading

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Stop Grave Robbing Your Old Nature

*This post was originally titled: “The Anger of God has been Exhausted.” I’m not completely comfortable with the idea that the Father poured out His anger on His Son so that now the Father can forgive and love us (as … Continue reading

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Transgenderism: The Politically Correct Mental Disorder

The following article (here) on transgenderism is a must read. As a witness to the increasing transgenerism societal trend in Asia with even dear people I know, it is good to read professional, lucid voices on this issue. The article … Continue reading

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Debate on Calvinistic Compatibilism: Derek’s Wrap-Up.

Matt, Thank you for taking time to reply and for all of the work you have undertaken in reorganizing our comments into individual posts. I will make a few final comments here, and then leave off. This has been a … Continue reading

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Debate on Calvinistic Compatibilism Part 26: Matt replies–part 2

Hey Derek! I want to repeat my genuine affection for you as a fellow brother in the Lord. In my responses to you I do not want to sound haughty or superior and I certainly do not intend to disparage … Continue reading

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Debate on Calvinistic Compatibilism Part 25: Derek Responds

Matt, You bring up many interesting points here. I am compelled to respond to a few of them, as follows. You said “I am committed to the view that God has not decreed or predetermined all evil because I am committed … Continue reading

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