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The Good Way to Judge Others

I wanted to write about an idea that is commonly brought up, is emotionally charged, and can be expressed in a simple way: You can’t judge anyone. When people say something like this, they likely are against the idea judging in general. … Continue reading

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Warming Up to the World of Tolerance

Recently I attended a discussion group where people of different views come together and discuss a topic each month. This month’s topic was about the topic of tolerance, and asked if there were things that should not be tolerated. The … Continue reading

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My RZIM Experience

A few months ago, I signed up for the RZIM Academy, a twelve week course run by the ministry of Ravi Zacharias. The course is set up to train Christians how to engage “questioners” – people of various worldviews that … Continue reading

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An Example of Love

This past winter, I heard a story during a service at a church that really caused me to think. I would like to share the story and some reflections with you. The story, given by a pastor, is about the pastor’s father … Continue reading

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