Monthly Archives: January 2009

Sexuality In the Image of God (Pt. 1)

Do you ever wonder what Adam felt like when he saw Eve for the first time? What sort of thoughts raced through his mind and what did he feel in his heart as he spent time with her in the … Continue reading

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Stop Patronizing Me

You know what gives me a good laugh? I laugh when people see the color of my skin and my Asian features and then try to compliment me by saying, “Wow, I’m surprised at how you’re able to speak English … Continue reading

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Hubris Americana

Trevin Wax offers thought-provoking perspective on President Obama’s inaugural speech. Before you read anything else, let me make clear that he’s not bashing our new President, as some may be quick to accuse him of. He says, …we as Americans … Continue reading

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Honor Him By Expecting Much Of Him

One of my favorite scenes from Band of Brothers was when Maj. Winters saluted lower-ranked Captain Sobel, who used to be his commanding officer. Captain Sobel should’ve responded immediately by saluting his superior, but hesitated and looked away in shame. … Continue reading

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An Inaugural Prayer For the President-Elect

One of my professors at RTS, John Frame, was recently asked what he would pray if given the opportunity to do so at President-Elect Obama’s inauguration…

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MLK Jr. Day: Letter From a Birmingham Jail (Pt. 2)

Tonight as I read “Letter From a Birmingham Jail,” I can’t help but feel the weight of Rev. King’s words. This was a man deeply moved by a heavenly vision of the kingdom of God manifested on earth through the … Continue reading

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MLK Jr. Day: Letter From a Birmingham Jail

I am currently in the middle of reading Martin Luther King Jr.’s “Letter From a Birmingham Jail.” MLK Jr. was writing to eight white Alabama ministers who urged him not to engage inĀ  or promote nonviolent protests, arguing that segregation … Continue reading

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