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How the Unbelief of the Pharisees Proves the Deity of Jesus

Recently, as I was in my home office studying John 9:13-16, I was taken aback at the blindness of the Pharisees who, upon hearing that Jesus had healed a blind man (John 9:13) — from the formerly blind man himself (John 9:15) — complained only that Jesus has dared to perform such a fete on …

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It May Be Music To Your Ears, But What About To Your Heart?

As professing Christians, the music we choose to listen to can have an adverse effect in terms of our walk with, and witness for, Jesus Christ. Regardless of genre, music can be a tool the enemy uses to draw believers into a state of dullness and apathy about the things of God which, consequently, can …

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Clarence Thomas: The Wrong Kind of Black Man

In reflecting on the recent United States Supreme Court decision on the constitutionality[1] of affirmative action in Students for Fair Admissions, Inc. v. President and Fellows of Harvard College[2] and, more specifically, the subsequent, though not surprising, incendiary treatment by liberals, particularly black liberals, of Justice Clarence Thomas, I’m reminded that Thomas, despite having overcome …

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