Avoid Such People: Responding to the Secular Creed

Throughout this series, we have said much about secularism, particularly through each statement of the Secular Creed. However, if we stopped the discussion there, we might very well be left with the age-old question: so what? I aim to answer that very question with this final post by thinking through how Christians should respond to …

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Resisting Reprograming | Iain Duguid

Just as Duguid's book on the armor of God proved to be my favorite resource for that study, his commentary on Daniel is situated to do the same. In the following quotation, Duguid is commenting on the three-year reeducation of Daniel and his friends to assimilate them into Babylon. Even though I finished this event …

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Sermon Series

Faithfulness in Babylon | Daniel 1:8-21

But Daniel resolved that he would not defile himself with the king’s food, or with the wine that he drank. Therefore he asked the chief of the eunuchs to allow him not to defile himself. And God gave Daniel favor and compassion in the sight of the chief of the eunuchs, and the chief of …

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Heaven Taken by Storm

Satan & the World | Chapters 10-11

We are continuing to read through Heaven Taken by Storm together. You can find our reading plan and links to previous posts here. Chapter Ten Outline Satan’s OppositionHis violenceHis treacheryIn suiting his temptations to the temper of the individual.Drawing men to evil, under a pretense of good.He tempts to sin gradually.He tempts to evil in lawful things.He puts …

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