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Understanding the Will to Godhood

This post is something of a side note to my new series on the subject of egalitarianism. In the first post of that series, which was published earlier today, I wrote, “Egalitarianism is simply an intellectualized form of the visceral will to godhood which is at the root of all sin.” I want to expound on the phrase “will to godhood”; as I will be using it quite a bit in the following posts, I think it important that my readers have a good grip on what I mean by it. 1,326 more words

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Let your light so shine: Recovering a biblical emphasis in dress

Over the past two days I’ve written a quite a bit about the subject of modesty. In so doing I have primarily attempted to accomplish three things. 5,787 more words

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Setting the record straight on modesty, part deux

I decided to write about modesty again today, as I have a number of developing thoughts that I didn’t get to in yesterday’s post. This is a heavily discussed topic in our day, almost belabored, and the Christian public is fast becoming weary of it, it seems. 5,595 more words

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The Trouble with "Legalism"

This is an offshoot of a post that I’ve been working on today which I decided to post separately because I think it is better standing alone. 662 more words

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Being a Real Christian - Part 5

In Part 1, I mentioned what often happens when we try to change our ways. Although a small percentage of us will succeed, most will not see a meaningful, sustained difference. 722 more words

The Death and Resurrection Principle

The Death and Resurrection Principle

Follow-up to “Are We Really As He Is In Our World?”

By Fred Pruitt

 Question 2: Can you clear the confusion on the different ways “death” is used in the New Testament and by Christians who describe life in Christ? 5,871 more words

Entering God's Rest