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Extravagance is a mighty word.  It is used to describe something that is of great value or worth.  It denotes something opulent.  The Random House College Dictionary defines extravagance as:…

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On March 3, 2011, Phil Zuckerman published an entry for the Huffington Post blog, called “Why Evangelicals Hate Jesus.”  A friend of mine, a liberal one at that, posted it…

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In her blog post, “The Joy of Lent” based on 1 Corinthians 8:10, Defining Beauty author Apple Jacs, makes it clear: “During Lent, the Lord calls us to mortify ourselves,…

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  In an article for CCM Magazine, Mark Hall, the lead singer of Casting Crowns, describes the context of the songs on the album The Altar and The Door: “Hall…

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Published March 1st, 2011 by

The English Poet, John Donne, in a line from his Meditations XVII, famously declared “No Man is an Island.”  It seems, however, Americans are learning to live like it.  According…

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Pride–the very first sin.  It was the one that caused Lucifer and his followers to be tossed out of Heaven.  Beautifully depicted in Tosca Lee’s fictional Demon, it shows Satan’s…

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Published February 18th, 2011 by

Virtue is an anachronism in our culture.  It is not sought after in our post-modern, sexually-revolutionized world because it means change, by giving up ideas or actions that make us…

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