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The Bible puts an emphasis on generosity and heavenly treasures rather than earthly ones. So, how can we as Christians find a balance when it comes to buying and enjoying material possessions? Greg explains: COMMENTS
All human beings are made in the image of God and are therefore valuable ends in themselves, not just instrumental means to other ends that are valuable. I was taught an important lesson while doing a debate on relativism at the University of Washington in Seattle. My opponent was Clive, an M.A. Philosophy grad and former punk-rocker who worked on campus as a residence director. He was steeped in postmodernism. He was also an atheist.
Here's an answer you might need if a Jehovah's Witness comes to your door. COMMENTS Read more posts
A simple way to invest spiritually in the lives of your kids Here’s a clever drill I’ve stumbled upon that’s got to be the simplest, most efficient way to make a spiritual investment in the lives of your kids. I picked it up at my daughters’ classical Christian school where they use it to great effect.
Greg shares the areas in Christianity that raise questions for him personally. COMMENT Read more posts
If you’ve been to Starbucks lately, you might have noticed a new campaign to lift the consciousness of caffeinated patrons. Quotes from intellectual and spiritual virtuosi now grace their talls, ventis, and grandes “to get people talking,” their website says. Starbucks’ moments of truth might become one of yours, a pretext for friendly, thoughtful conversation that might turn into a divine appointment of sorts.
Greg shares how to respond when someone says, "That's just you're opinion" when you're sharing your faith. COMMENTS Read more posts
Challenge Gift Opportunity: Help STR equip even more Christian Ambassadors December 1, 2014 Sometimes innocuous, seemingly inconsequential things have the power to change the course of history. Did you know, for example, that for 150 years Christmas celebrations were banned in New England? And in the mid-17th century, Oliver Cromwell outlawed Christmas festivities in the British Isles? Violators were arrested, fined, and jailed.
Greg explains how the word tolerance is often used inappropriately. COMMENTS Read more posts