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God’s Top Ten List

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The Ten Commandments are widely regarded as the foundation of Western jurisprudence. But they are also regarded as hopelessly archaic and old-fashioned. Some of them (Don’t murder. Don’t steal.) seem like common sense rules for people living in any kind … Continue reading

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Lucky

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I would like to reclaim luck. There is a notion prevalent among evangelicals that Christians should never attribute their good fortune or success to luck but only to God’s blessing. I suspect that many would attribute luck—good or bad—to the … Continue reading

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How Great is Our God?

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O magnify the LORD with me, and let us exalt his name together.   —Psalm 34:3 The idea of magnifying God always seemed a little odd to me. We don’t typically talk of magnifying except in the sense of making something … Continue reading

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