Category Archives: Miscellanies

How John’s Vision informs Race Relations

Our heavenly Father gave the Apostle John a vision of heaven as a mult-ethnic gathering–people from everywhere, before the Father and before the Lamb. “After this I looked, and there before me was a great multitude that no one could … Continue reading

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Pentecost Sunday and Race Relations

As our nation reels and reflects on racial issues in light of Mr. George Floyd’s death, I believe Pentecost Sunday–the Sunday 50 days after Easter when Christians celebrate the gift of the Holy Spirit (Acts 2:1ff)–proves quite instructive: 1. On … Continue reading

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Ravi Zacharias: A Tribute (1946-2020)

I first learned of Ravi Zacharias, Christian Apologist and author, while preparing for Christian ministry as a student in Florence, AL. I began to read his books and listen to his lectures and sermons.  In a way, I was sitting … Continue reading

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5 Reasons We Need to Remember the Reformation

As we celebrate the 16th century Protestant Reformation, here are five reasons why we need to remember and celebrate: 1. The Reformation reminds us that the church is built upon the gospel, not vice-versa. 2. The Reformation reminds us that … Continue reading

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