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Long Black Train

When we catch our first sight of it, nothing could be more appealing. It doesn’t look black at all. It is bright, sleek and beckons with sophistication. Through its spotless windows you can see handsome, fresh-faced people on board, full … Continue reading

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Moral Destitution

Jesus said to them, ‘I tell you the truth, the tax collectors and the prostitutes are entering the kingdom of God ahead of you.’¬†–Matt. 21:31. Oswald Chambers asked his readers, “Are you humble enough to come to Christ as sinners?” … Continue reading

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Good and Evil

“Shall the Adversary thus obtain his end, and frustrate thine? Shall he fulfil his malice, and thy goodness bring to naught?” –John Milton, Paradise Lost I was pondering the existence of good and evil recently.¬†Whether it’s because I’ve been battling … Continue reading

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The Spirit Child

I began writing this article as a standard apologetic, but then I realized I wanted it to be personal and actually reach into the heart of everyone (including the atheist) who reads it. What came out was a series of … Continue reading

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