Daily Archives: October 20, 2010

Reasons for Roman Persecution

Opponents of Constantine argue that the Roman persecution of Christians had nothing to do with theology, but with the welfare of the state: “Christians were a threat to peace and security because they were a pollution that aroused the wrath … Continue reading

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Ruth’s Twists and Turns

The book of Ruth is a perfect story; a story made in heaven. It offers the reader in four concise chapters the intrigue and suspense of the gospel. Far from a mechanical demonstration of God’s works, the gospel is a … Continue reading

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Narnia Mis-Applied?

Has Hollywood been faithful to C.S. Lewis’ vision for Narnia? Stephen Boyer writes a comprehensive critique of Hollywood’s mis-characterization of C.S. Lewis’ Narnia books. The article is worth every minute. Boyer concludes: Aslan, without his appallingly hierarchical claws, is just another pussycat. … Continue reading

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