Harry Potter Exposes a Real Problem with Christianity

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As some of you may know, the television network Freeform, offers what they call “Harry Potter Weekend.” They actually do this on a regular basis. You can spend all weekend watching 7 of the 8 Harry Potter movies (for some reason or another they do not seem to own the rights to the Order of the Phoenix and as such never

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Job: Healing Our Wounds – Sunday Sermon Summary

Healing Through Job

This week’s sermon was on the book of Job.  For the most part we think of Job as the model Christian.  He takes a spiritual beating and yet remains faithful to God under deplorable circumstances.  No normal person would be able to withstand what Job was going through.  Even his wife turned against him and God.  The usual route for

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Sunday Sermon Summary 2: Now is the Time for Compassion!

Compassion

This week the primary topic in Pastor’s sermon was Compassion.  It shouldn’t take too long to think of someone who needs to be more compassionate.  Perhaps you can look at the current presidential candidates, or maybe you’ll look at someone closer to you.  There is even a small chance that the person that needs more compassion in their lives is

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Theology: Ten Terms Everyone Should Know

Theology Bible

Theology 101 Theology is not necessarily one of my strongest points when it comes to Christianity.  While I think that I have a solid enough understanding of theology and a working knowledge of the study, this is more acquired than it is of any formal substance.  This is because I essentially skipped over all of the basic introduction to theology

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Cathedrals: Respect for God or Man?

Cathedrals

Cathedrals Notre Dame de Paris, St. Peter’s Basilica, and Canterbury may be some of the most famous cathedrals in the world. Whether you are a Christian or an Atheist, seeing cathedrals up close or stepping inside of them leaves us awestruck and bewildered. They are glorious, beautiful, and almost gravity defying in their impossible greatness. This past week I was

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Leviticus: The Forgotten Book of the Bible

Leviticus

Leviticus Most Christians have at least made a small attempt to read through the Bible. Most of them have probably tried to do a sort of “read the Bible in a year” challenge or program. Naturally, you start at the beginning of the Bible. Things start of well as you begin with Adam and Eve and progress through Noah and

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