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Modesty of Being Real

Questioning words of wisdom can be setting us up for judgement.  From Buddhism to modern New Age religions, the word of wisdom out is to hold your tongue.  I understand the process of not allowing judgement, cynisism, or gossip to pass through desperate lips that pull others to the ground.  I don’t, however, understand the… Continue reading Modesty of Being Real

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Living a Culture Contradicting Faith: Profit vs. Prophet

No matter how long I live, there is one thing that remains consistant.  It is not grounded in the definition of beauty or time.  The one truth that never betrays its people, the truth that never changes history, the truth that is always in the forefront of everything real, is the truth of greed while… Continue reading Living a Culture Contradicting Faith: Profit vs. Prophet

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Understanding Grace and Christian Counseling

  During the most difficult time of my life, I was found in secular therapy.  I came out, week after week, with a sense of victimization as the therapist validated my feelings to lay waste on the people in my life who have done me wrong. In this demented way, I gathered self-esteem and the… Continue reading Understanding Grace and Christian Counseling

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What Christians Should Know About Animals

  In man’s arrogance, he has written in, not only his own personal concoction of history, he has written interpretations of the most revered book since the beginning of man; The Bible. Interpretation lays language down in these pages.  We find such words as “dark” meaning either “nothing” or “invisible”.  The reader chooses.  We find… Continue reading What Christians Should Know About Animals