Monthly Archives: August 2012

Lyrical Theology: In Christ Alone (Part 2)

In Christ Alone – Newsboys (see full lyrics here) This cornerstone, this solid ground, firm through the fiercest drought and storm. Referring to Jesus as a “cornerstone” is something Jesus did himself (Luke 20:17) and is echoed as well by other New Testament authors (Luke in Acts 4:11, Peter in 1 Peter 2:6-7). It is a peculiar title […]

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Reflections on Turning 26

Today is my 26th birthday. Perhaps it would have been much more fitting to write a reflection when turning a nice, round number like 25…but this will have to do! Now that I’ve passed the quarter-century mark I feel like I have enough life in the rearview mirror to have something to reflect on. So, here […]

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Lyrical Theology: In Christ Alone (Part 1)

In Christ Alone – Newsboys (see full lyrics here) In Christ alone, my hope is found! He is my light, my strength, my song. I’m convinced that everyone is searching for hope. Some actively seek it while others may not even realize what they are chasing, but every person desires something to cling to, the promise […]

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Why are some sins more acceptable than others?

As a Christian I believe that sin is real. God has revealed to human beings what His will is through the Bible and disobeying the will of God is sin. Everyone sins, probably multiple times everyday. Jesus is the only human (technically “God-man”) who has never, ever sinned. One obvious conclusion then is that both […]

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