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From: Mike M

April 27, 2020
Like many upper middle class mainline Protestants, which is to say white Christians, I’ve long taken issue with the concept of divine wrath, believing it to . . . .

From: Corban T

April 24, 2020
Our faith is one of the ways God works out his electing will in the world. God elects some for faith, as Paul concludes in Romans 9-11, to herald the work of . . . .

From: Corban T

April 24, 2020
Calvin himself referred to (double) predestination as a “dreadful and horrible decree,” which should suffice as an indication of how far Calvin’s doctrine had . . . .

From: Bill H

April 20, 2020
I’ve always suspected that liberal Protestants make Thomas the main character of John’s second Easter scene, esteeming his doubt over his confession of faith, because they know no . . . .

From: Bill H

April 20, 2020
While I am an organ donor myself and while I have accompanied many families— much to their chagrin— to the crematory fire, I wish more Christians appreciated the bodily nature of . . . .

From: Pam A

March 19, 2020
No doubt, it can be a kind of “comfort” to interpret a peculiar suffering or tragedy as the mysterious outworking of God’s plan. As someone with incurable cancer I can sympathize better . . . .
Jason Micheli

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