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What Christmas Means To Me (Part 2)

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In our previous blog, we looked at C.S. Lewis’ famous essay, “What Christmas Means to Me.”  He challenged the commercialization of Christmas, arguing that it brings far more pain than pleasure.

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What Christmas Means To Me (Part 1)

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C.S. Lewis wrote an essay years ago which we want to consider in two blogs. Our first blog is his essay; our second blog will be responding to some of the points he makes in his essay.  Lewis writes,

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Joy to the World



He rules the world with truth and grace,
And makes the nations prove
The glories of His righteousness,
And wonders of His love,
And wonders of His love,
And wonders, wonders, of His love.

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What is genuine conversion?

Recently, I completed reading the book The Way of the Master by Ray Comfort.  This book’s thesis can be summarized in a single sentence:  The law of God must be preached in order for true conviction to take place and a genuine conversion to occur.  Comfort is reacting against the many methods of evangelism that he feels short-change the issue of conviction of sin.  I agree with some of Comfort’s points but I think he has overreacted and presented a fairly enthocentric reading of the Bible t

How to Choose a Seminary {Part 2}

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4. Does the school major on essentials or non-essentials?

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Don't Forget to Remember

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I am amazed at how frequently I come across the word “remember” in the Bible.  Throughout Deuteronomy, which is where I’ve been reading recently, the Israelites are repeatedly exhorted to remember (or, conversely, to not forget) what God had done for them – the deliverance and provision which they had experienced.

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