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Popcorn

“Junior, an important thing you must learn is that sin is not what you do, but where you do it.” *  *  *  * Once upon a time, not too long ago, there lived a group of people known as the Logicians. They lived in their own secluded country, quite apart from the rest of […]

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Spoken by the Prophet Joel

“But this is that which was spoken by the prophet Joel… — Acts 2:16 Spoken by the prophet Joel! Who Joel was and when he prophesied is a matter of debate and speculation. It was not important to the Holy Spirit to inform us concerning Joel’s time and his­tory. Our attention must be fixed on […]

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Biting on the Wrong End

A young mother and her five year old son were busy one morning making their beds. After the mother had finished straightening up her room, she went to see how her son was doing in his room. She arrived in time to find him struggling violently to get a clean pillow-case over a large feather […]

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I Am Joe’s Tongue

(with apologies to J. D. Ratcliff, of Readers Digest fame) I am quite something! I cannot help but boast! I am used by Joe in all his waking hours, and sometimes in his sleep. I am all muscle. Muscle, the source of all power! The anatomist can tell Joe much about me of which Joe […]

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Pelagianism

gPelagianism is a religious doctrine taught by Pelagius about A.D. 400. He taught that Adam was created mortal and would have died whether he sinned or not. His sin was not transmitted to his posterity and man can live altogether without sin. Grace or divine aid is not necessary, and man’s will is not corrupted. […]

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The Christian and Politics

Watergate: As I was contemplating the subject of the Christian and politics this term repeatedly crossed my mind. It struck me that Watergate is a prime example of the evil that the world gets involved in with its brand of politics. Politics, as you may or may not realize, is inseparably con­nected with our government. […]

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