Month: April

Trying to Declaw the Lion

Day 76 Today’s Reading: John 8 In Christian Letters to a Post-Christian World, renowned English writer, Dorothy Sayers, aimed some powerful words at religious people who have watered down the Son of God and made Jesus accommodating: The people who hanged Christ never accused Him of being a bore; on the contrary, they thought Him

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Now You Know the Rest of the Story

Day 75 Today’s Reading: John 7 Not many young people would know the radio show or his iconic voice, but some years ago, 21 million Americans would tune in on their radios to hear from the most listened-to voice in America. They would hold their breath in suspense as the storyteller recounted a true story

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Two Truths for Freedom

Day 72 Today’s Reading: John 4 The average American is exposed to between four thousand and ten thousand commercial messages every day. But it’s truth that is a rarity. We have opinions but not truth. One of my friends put it this way: “Everyone is entitled to their own opinion, but not everyone is entitled

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