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Total Depravity

Total Depravity is the first in the tulip acrostic of Calvinism, which by the way, was not developed by John Calvin. Total depravity is one subject that does not have to look far and wide for, to find evidence of, its existence.  Tangible evidences abound all around us. Total depravity is misunderstood by many; in […]

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An Unlietening Night

The auditorium was hot. Because they were sitting in a straight long row, they could not see each other, “…ye are the light of the world…” Speaking of lights, there were many. Hypo tried to concentrate, but the heat from the lights was unbearable, and the flashing lights did nothing to help his problem. Hypo […]

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Then Backwards Becomes Everything

Some time ago in a realm called Naitsirhc, trouble developed. Everything seemed to be working backwards. The law­makers made many laws that were not for the good of the citizens. The chief law enforcer was in the midst of a scandal that involved breaking laws while trying to make certain that all the citizens kept […]

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Satan Knows Love When He Sees It

And Satan came to visit the sons of men and asked them, “why do you loathe your young?” And they said to him, “We do not loathe our young, we love them. Do we not give them everything that they want? Do we not send them to schools where is found the latest in equipment […]

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Dialogue? Someone’s Out There

“Those men in Skylab sure are finding out a lot about our solar system,” he said. “Oh,” I said. “But you know, they are just scratching the surface when it comes to finding out how we got here and how things are interrelated,” he said. “Oh,” I said. “You know, we’ve been trying for years […]

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Calvinists in a Capitalistic Environment

We, as elect children of God, are called to live in this world, but not to be of this world. In this paper we will discuss this truth with relationship to our country’s economic system. Capitalism, as defined by Webster, is “an economic system based on private property, competition, and the production of goods for […]

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