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Aug 07 2012

Should Christians Shun Homosexuals?

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There’s been a lot of talk and news reports over the recent controversy with respect to Chick-fil-A’s president public opposition to homosexual marriage. The controversy is not a new one and it won’t be the last time. It is said that Christians are not tolerant towards homosexuals. I looked up the word tolerance to ensure …

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Oct 13 2011

Christian Values

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A few years ago I participated in a bike race from Rosarita to Ensenada.  I went with a  friend , another bike rider.  We took the charter bus from San Diego that dropped us off at the race starting point in Rosarita.  While I planned on returning that same day to the United States, he …

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Feb 05 2010

The King’s Torah – kill the goyem

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I recently ran across an article on a Jewish news publication about something called The King’s Torah. It’s a Jewish commentary written by Rabbis Yitzhak Shapira and Yosef Elitzur who are located in the settlement of Yitzhar in the West Bank.  It is flying off the shelves in Israel.  What makes this commentary so shocking …

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Dec 28 2009

When the Day is Done – None are Righteous

At the end of our season, our soul will be required of us

I hope everybody had a blessed Christmas.  Over the past few days and including Christmas day, one of my older posts generated a lot of interest.  The post, None Are Righteous, far exceeded any post in interest since I started blogging this January.  I wrote that blog post back in March and that post remained …

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Dec 15 2009

Judging too Harshly?

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Yesterday’s post was by some people’s standards, a bit harsh.  In fact I received a few emails informing me that I did not display the fruit of the spirit, love, in my post.  Another email declared that I was judgmental.  These certainly were harsh words and I had to stop and think about my post.  …

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