Monthly Archives: October 2018

Inactive Faith Doesn’t Save

I have had many conversations with people who want to believe a relative or a friend is ‘saved.’  These friends hope this relative made a decision for Jesus in a coma, became a Christian secretly, or made a decision at … Continue reading

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Idleness and The Welfare System

“If you don’t work, you don’t eat.”  This is the way many conversations I have with Christians go when I talk about social security and welfare.  The assumption is that there are many people milking the social system for all … Continue reading

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