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Desiring God Blog denounces the “Open-But Cautious” view of charismatic gifts – Christian Article

Ryan Martin | January 17th, 2019 | Andrew Wilson, writing at the Desiring God blog (the parachurch ministry of John Piper), denounces the so-called “Open but Cautious” view of charismatic gifts as the view that’s least biblically indefensible (he’s probably right on that point): Open-But-Cautious Continuationism, however, is almost always neither one nor the other. It involves the strange affirmation that Paul told his converts to earnestly desire spiritual gifts, and that his instructions still apply today, but that we…

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Are Some Cultures ‘Better’ Than Others? : Founders Ministries – Christian Article

Ryan Martin | January 11th, 2019 | Alex Kochman at the Founders Blog observes: In respect to the value systems that form cultures, it is self-evident that some cultures as closer to biblical ideals than others. Some draw their strength from divine revelation; others do not. Some write laws recognizing freedom of conscience; others sever heads for sport. Moreover, the Great Commission actually requires us to recognize the inequality of gospel diffusion across various cultures, so that we can gauge…

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The Inadequate Guitar | Religious Affections Ministries: Conservative Christianity, Worship, Culture, Aesthetics, Classical Education, Homeschooling, Family – Christian Article

Christopher Ames | January 9th, 2019 | Jonathan Aigner, with his usual crisp pungency, argues that the guitar is an inadequate instrument to support voices in public worship. I agree with him for the reasons he states, but also because one usually plays a guitar on different beats than one sings. Further, it is next to impossible to pick vocal parts out of guitar chords unless you know your part by heart already. Now, at the risk of being called…

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Homeschool in Less Time Each Day – Christian Article

Becky Aniol | January 9th, 2019 | Are you overwhelmed with your daily homeschool schedule? Do you feel like you don’t have enough hours in the day? (About a dozen people have told me recently that they feel this way.) Here’s a mom who shared those feelings, and this is what she learned and what she did about it. The daily schedule for Form II {grades 4-6} looked so…simple. 8 subjects covered in 3 hours daily. Why was “school” taking us…

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