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  1. JoelG says:

    “True Self Denial”

    This is such a simple and helpful article that really helps me to understand something I often misunderstand. Thank you for linking to it. I’m going to “bookmark” it.

  2. Jean says:

    “Beware it’s a trap” is a fine article.

    “He [Paul] didn’t preach to make the world a better place. He spoke Jesus and Him crucified to literally put them in a better place—in Christ.”

  3. filbertz says:

    should BG lie in state? No, he should be truthful.

    would I be mad? No.

    what does God’s voice sound like? A whisper.

    Is it OK for women to write to be read by men? Sure.

    Oh. It’s not a poll?

  4. John 20:29 says:

    #3
    😀
    Depends on what you mean by saved
    It is the only voice that now, by grace, has no sound, cuz i have a hunch that when it does have a sound the mountains will fall (fall on smart guys like Geo, Will )
    Well, it has been known to happen on the Phx Preacher…
    Everything on the Phx Preacher is a poll…. sort of…..

    Forgive the presumption filbertz…

    Enjoyed and enjoying the links today… Thank you Michael and EricL

  5. bob1 says:

    I can see the “BG lying in state” both ways. I think the author makes some good points.

    There IS a danger of confusing our American way of life with the Kingdom of God, for sure.

    In fact, the theologian Reinhold Niebuhr criticized Graham for just that. Later in his career, Graham acknowledged that the 2 shouldn’t be seen as congruent.

    There are a lot of things about BG to admire. One is that he was humble and open to correction and new learning throughout his life, but especially when he was in the public limelight.

  6. Martin Luther's Disciple says:

    “Beware it’s a trap” is a wise article.
    Joel Hess once again hits the target.

  7. Duane Arnold says:

    “Newman for Protestants” is a must read… Trueman nails the essence.

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