Monthly Archives: May 2015

Clearing the Air on the Old Testament Law

“What is the relationship between the Old Testament and the New Testament?” “Does the Mosaic Law have anything to say to the modern Christian?” “You can’t possibly take Leviticus seriously, can you?” I’ve heard these questions (and many like them) … Continue reading

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Supplements for the Weary Anxious Heart

I’ve been mulling over some things pertaining to God’s goodness and greatness, His might and mercy, His wisdom and ways.  And my need to be ever steeping in those realities. Apparently, I’m not alone in this. Case in point, the … Continue reading

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Serving Jesus (and Others) in Troubling Times

I don’t usually just paste things in from other sources here but today’s piece from the C. S. Lewis Institutes warranted an exception.  See below… In 1947, C.S. Lewis received a letter from Don Giovanni Calabria, a priest living in … Continue reading

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