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Suum Cuique (To Each His Own)

The Latin phrase, suum cuique (pronounced soo-oom′ kwee′-kweh), means “to each his own.” It’s a phrase that denotes the need for people to respect the rights and choices of others, allowing them the range of freedoms and experiences we so…

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Allegiance

When one thinks of allegiance in a religious context, thoughts generally run to the question of what higher power or belief system a person subscribes to. For example, some might consider themselves allegiant to Buddhist philosophy, or to Christianity, or…

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Quid Est Veritas? (What Is Truth?)

It’s almost always overlooked; yet it’s absolutely necessary in any fruitful discussion of what the Bible has to say about controversial issues. What is that? The question of truth. We often assume that truth a universal notion that everyone understands…

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Church Culture, General

Feed My Sheep

If you’re a ministry leader, I’m going to assume that you are familiar with the portions of Scripture I’ll reference in this piece. So, rather than take time giving Scripture references, I’ll just let what’s in my heart flow forth….

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The Danger of Knowing

“I know!” Who in creation hasn’t heard and said this simple, short sentence? Knowing seems inherent to human nature. We discover something new, we learn it, and then we know it. Whether concepts, objects, processes, places, or people, we find…

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Faith Without Works…

Coming to terms with the spiritual and theological truths surrounding homosexuality is one of the most difficult processes a person—particularly a gay person—can go through. However, settling the theological issues is only part of the journey. It’s still necessary to…

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