Tag Archives: idolatry

We Are Hollow Men

Could it be that after generations of planting the seeds of idolatry, its hollow fruit is finally coming to harvest? We have laid ourselves low before the false-gods of this world, and we are amazed that we have become like them! Continue reading

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The Idolatry of Relationships

The way we celebrate Valentine’s Day betrays our idolatry of relationships.  Continue reading

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Did you bring your God?

Often, the biggest idol we have to deal with is our own misconception of God. Continue reading

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Why I Love Theatre

Plays are stories incarnate. They put flesh on our ideas, our values, our struggles. They can teach us to rejoice, that can lead us to repent. And, by God’s grace, they can help us become better human beings. Continue reading

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Looking to the State

We have made a god out of our political system, demi-gods out of our politicians, and we will be sorely disappointed. Let us be Christians, whose allegiance is to our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. Continue reading

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Earth Day and Good Friday

This Good Friday, lift up the One who brings real peace to the Earth. Continue reading

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I Am the Lord Your God

Some thoughts on the use of “I am the Lord” in Leviticus 19-27. Continue reading

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