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Supermarket of False Religions

The Second Parliament of World Religion convened in the robust city of Chicago, Illinois, August 28-Sept. 5, 1993, the centennial year of the First Parliament of World Religions. The 1893 meeting of the World Parliament of Religions convened in Chicago at the same time as the Columbian Exposition (World’s Fair in Chicago). James Stephens, director […]

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Song of Triumph

Song of Triumph by Eleanor Veldman Grotenhuis…Baker Book House, Grand Rapids, MI, 1992,123 pps, Death! How do we as Christians deal with this great enemy? Song of Triumph was written by a mother who lost a 27-year old son who was a talented and gifted musician on whom his family had set many hopes. The […]

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Sanctification: A Taste of Heaven

“And Enoch walked with God” (Gen. 5:24). “And Noah walked with God” (6:9). David’s heart was “perfect with the LORD his God” (I Kings 1:14, 9:4). Walking with God with a perfect heart; what a beautiful picture. Our hearts are glad when we read of men who walked with God and kings who did that […]

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Nothing

As Doreen awoke, she looked at the rain hitting her bedroom window and sighed. It seemed as though nothing was going well for her lately. Her grandfather was sick, she couldn’t go to summer camp, and her best friend was gone on vacation for two whole weeks. Now the rain would cancel today’s picnic plans, […]

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Erasmus of Rotterdam

Erasmus of Rotterdam was one of the most brilliant thinkers of his time. Although in our day his books lie on bookshelves collecting dust, in his time he was internationally famous. It is questionable, says his biographer, Stefan Zweig, whether Erasmus was a man of first-class intelligence, but what we can be sure of is […]

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Mind Your Business!

What do you do; what is your occupation? “I am a plumber.” “I am an accountant.” “I go to school and play with my friends.” “I am a farmer…a teacher…a housewife…a student…a pastor.” This is typically the way we respond to one who inquires into our occupation. We tell them what occupies most of our […]

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