A Brief Treatise on Faith Deconstruction

In his sermon titled, The Sequel to Divine Sovereignty,[1] the “prince of preachers,” Charles Haddon Spurgeon[2] declared, "No doctrine in the whole Word of God has more excited the hatred of mankind than the truth of the absolute sovereignty of God." For what it’s worth, I happen to concur with Spurgeon. But I want to …

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Why My Life “Looks Together”

This is a guest blog post by Melissa Harrison. I grew up in a home where I heard the name of Jesus, had a Bible, went to church and a Christian school, but that did not make me a Christian. It made me a moralist, but not a follower of Christ. I left home thinking …

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Watch and Pray

Being deeply grieved, they each one began to say to Him, “Surely not I, Lord?” – Matthew 26:22 (NASB) The Britannica Dictionary defines betrayal as giving information about (a person, group, country, etc.) to an enemy; hurting someone who trusts you (such as a friend or relative) by not giving help or by doing something to …

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