Category: Guest Author

Paed-Day Someday?

By: Ron F. Hale Opening Explanation:  The author is seeking to use the title of a classic sermon by Dr. R. G. Lee[1] (1886-1978) entitled Pay-Day Someday, while connecting the hybrid word (above) to the potential problem of receiving as church members those coming from other faith traditions that practice Paedobaptism[2] (baptism of infants) or […]

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The World Court

by Dr. Franklin Kirksey Psalm 75:1-10   Introduction The World Court receives mention more and more in news stories like one on PBS (08/12/12) about the island of Palau related to the issue of “Global Warming.” Dr. Paul Lee Tan shares, “The International Court of Justice or the World Court sits in the Palace of […]

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The Girl in the Yellow Dress

To the Little Girl in the Yellow Dress By Walker Moore Not long ago, you and I sat on a plane together. You tried to show me how old you were, but you had trouble keeping all four fingers up at the same time. Like all children your age, you were wide-eyed and cute as […]

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Super Spirituality Syndrome: Claiming More Christ or Gospel Than Others

Comments closed overnight by Rick Patrick I will never forget where I was when I first heard the term super spiritual separatism. It was a classroom discussion in one of my first doctoral seminars. I had openly shared my experience about some church members whose preferences were causing conflict in the fellowship. Hot dogs were […]

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Back in the day

by Walker Moore – founder and president of AweStar Ministries, a teen missions organization that has taken thousands of young people around the world for the sake of growing missions-minded hearts, the Gospel, and lost souls. I remember watching a grainy black-and-white movie years ago on our tiny DuMont television. The cabinet, the size of […]

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