Monthly Archives: July 2013

Shakespeare On Protest

In Shakespeare’s Hamlet, the queen says, “The lady doth protest too much, methinks.” Some commonly misquote this as “methinks you doth protest too much.” The point Shakespeare was making is a great insight into the human condition – the bigger … Continue reading

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Keith Richards On Fame

For all of us who once thought, or still think, that the life of a rock star and all of the attending fame would be a fun experience check out what Keith Richards has to say about it all. On … Continue reading

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Tolkein On Wandering

Here’s another great thought. “All that is gold does not glitter, Not all those who wander are lost.” ~J.R.R. Tolkien The best things in life in your life on this very day, probably don’t glitter like gold, and it’s okay … Continue reading

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Churchill On Courage

I thought I’d post some great quotes from a wide variety of sources. “Courage is what it takes to stand up and speak; courage is also what it takes to sit down and listen.” ~Winston Churchill What will courage look … Continue reading

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Clinging To The Gospel

The Gospel presented by Jesus, and the apostles is a declared announcement of good news. It is announcement that must be shared in words, and not just deeds because in the end, the gospel is a message. It is a … Continue reading

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Rejecting The Gospel Through Religion

Christians typically only see one way to reject God: to go your own way, and do your own thing as you see fit. This form of rejection is reflected in the antinomian errors we often believe (see previous post). But … Continue reading

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Thoughts On The Gospel

Ancient church father Tertullian once said, “Just as Jesus was crucified between two thieves, so the gospel is ever crucified between these two errors.” What two errors? Tertullian called these errors legalism and antinomianism. In our day we would label … Continue reading

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