Monthly Archives: January 2018

Martin Luther: 500 Years of Freedom – Review

We find it hard to overestimate the impact Martin Luther made on our modern world. If the Enlightenment opened the literary resources of the distant past to inform the present, including Erasmus’s publication of the New Testament in the original … Continue reading

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When God Doesn’t Fix It – Review

“We set the date (for my husband’s operation) for late April to give our parents enough notice to be in town for the week. Then we left the surgeon’s office with a handful of paperwork and a pamphlet that promised … Continue reading

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Keeping the Faith in Tragedy

Many of us misunderstand God. Especially if we are strong believers, we appear to assume that our life should run smoothly, without serious setbacks. When we live for God, when we’re obedient to Scripture, when we follow Jesus, no accident, … Continue reading

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Please watch for Gordon’s new blog next week

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