Monthly Archives: December 2011

What about those Warning Passages in Hebrews?

The Letter to the Hebrews bristles with warnings, calling the Christian to hold fast to the faith: 2:1-4; 3:7-4:13; 5:11-6:12; 10:26-39; 12:14-29. How can this be reconciled with the certain perseverance of the saints to the end? “For in the case … Continue reading

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The Adventures of Tintin

Steven Spielberg’s THE ADVENTURES OF TINTIN is a glorious, grand animated adventure the whole family can enjoy. Tintin is a young curious reporter who buys a model of the lost treasure ship called the “Unicorn.” A sinister man approaches Tintin, … Continue reading

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Christmas Cheer: Came to Crush a Dragon

by Kevin DeYoung Why do Christians die? Why do churches die? Why do Christians go hungry, endure tragedies, get cancer, and face persecution?  Why do pastors fall into great sin and cast shame upon their churches and disgrace upon the … Continue reading

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Lessons from George Bailey in It’s a Wonderful Life

by Harland Pond It’s that time of year again. Navigating social dangers at holiday work parties. Fighting extra calories off. Picking out the perfect present for your girl. Of course it is also the season of holiday movies.  From old … Continue reading

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All Is Well – A Musical Video

As a followup to the last post (December 15), here is an audio/visual version of All Is Well. https://markchanski.com/2011/12/15/all-is-well/

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All Is Well

The Heavenly Father sent His beloved Son to Bethlehem to rescue us poor sinners who would otherwise be left behind all alone to sinfully bleed and die in this dark and cursed world.  This babe appears as our dearest and … Continue reading

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Mormonism 101

Mitt Romney is a significant presidential candidate, and a Mormon.  Martin Luther wrote: “I would rather be ruled by a competent Turk, than an incompetent Christian.”  But religious beliefs are important.  What do Mormons believe? Here is a sketch from … Continue reading

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Yet I Sin

Eternal Father, You are good beyond all thought, But I am vile, wretched, miserable, blind; My lips are ready to confess, but my heart is slow to feel, and my ways reluctant to amend. I bring my soul to You; … Continue reading

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