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September 2020

The Crisis of Ecclesia: the Nature and necessity of Christian Worship”

Please join us tonight, for our next “A Place for Truth” conversation, with Ardel Caneday, P. Andrew Sandlin, David Smith, and Bob Dalberg (organized by Eric Anderson and Lifespring Church)

Tonight at 7:30-9:00 CST

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Meeting ID 882 0017 9743

“A Place for Truth” is a regular meeting on Zoom, which brings reformed theologian intellectuals together for conversations around today’s cultural issues in a public online forum. The audio version of our past events is available on podcast. Search: “A Place for Truth.”

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What We Have Here Is A Failure to Mistrust

by Pastor John Lawrey

where sin abounded, grace did much more abound: That as sin hath reigned unto death, even so might grace reign through righteousness unto eternal life by Jesus Christ our Lord. Rom 5:20b-21

If you are following along at home, you might be wondering “Dude, where’s my country?” I won’t recite the tedious list of wrongs done in the name of coronavirus, but one stands out head and shoulders above the rest: closed and restricted churches. The salt in the wound is that blue state governors have restricted churches at the same time they have provided unfettered access to abortion, marijuana, alcohol, and the somewhat misnamed “peaceful protest.”

Something ought to be said about the blatant inconsistencies, hypocrisy, and double standards, not to mention a two-tiered justice system, but this article is about something much bigger: Will we even have a civilization at the end of this, and if so, what kind? 

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