Monthly Archives: September 2011

Let’s Connect the Moral Dots for “Good” Non-Christians

I ask my classes, “Why do gangbangers ever stop at red lights?” Some students suggest that they don’t want to be caught by the police. Sure. That might motivate them sometimes. But isn’t the real reason they stop that they … Continue reading

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Introducing a Woman You Can Trust

One of the things that concerns me today is that so many authors have earned various degrees, and garnered various accolades, and published many books, but, sadly, if you get to know their lives you find that they aren’t ones … Continue reading

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Unsung Lessons from 9/11: “Moral Monsters” & Fear of Death

See my article on Biola’s website regarding the unsung lessons from September 11, 2001: all of us are born in a state of sin and that’s why all fear death (1 Cor. 15:56). Accepting these truths prepares us to receive the good news … Continue reading

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