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Thomas Schreiner on Theonomy

September 25, 2014

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The last article on the subject of God’s Law served to be an introductory article to the series, providing a list of resources examining the manifestation of God’s Law under the Old and New Covenants. The primary purpose of this series is to study the definition and application of God’s Law for the Christian under […]

The Law of God, Theonomy, and Pacifism

September 9, 2014

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Theonomy and pacifism are rearing their heads as the United States continues its efforts to build a coalition of nations to destroy the Islamic State. Two weeks ago I offered some recommendations for Christians in how we should be responding to the threat of IS and the impending war. While my position has found consensus with most […]

The Islamic State (IS) vs the United States and what American Christians should be doing

August 21, 2014

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Unless one has had their head in the sand in 2014, no one can deny this year has been a perilous year and the horizon isn’t looking any brighter. With all that has happened in recent months, there is no greater threat to peace and no greater manifestation of evil than the establishment and spread […]

Gospel Spam: A New Blogging Adventure

February 11, 2014

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What happens when you put together a couple premillennialists, a few postmillennialists, and a few others in between that theological divide? Gospel Spam. It’s the new blogging adventure beginning this week. We obviously don’t agree on a few doctrines, and likely disagree on any number of current events and issues impacting the culture, but that’s […]

Monday Morning “Discernment” Quarterbacking: A Lesson on Grace

January 16, 2014

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I just read a story and watched a video provided by the Christian Post about a 28 year old school teacher, Alicia Gray, who “plead guilty to charges of second-degree sodomy, second-degree sexual abuse and being a school employee who has had sexual contact with a student younger than 19, after she was charged last […]

Exemplary Spiritual Leadership

June 25, 2013

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Just completed 144 pages of wisdom in Pastor Jerry Wragg’s work, Exemplary Spiritual Leadership: Facing the Challenges, Escaping the Dangers. While beneficial for any Christian, it should be required reading for aspiring and established leaders desiring to be more godly in their leadership of God’s people. Here is the summary conclusion of the book (p. […]

Christopher Dorner Burned Alive, Eternally Burning?

February 13, 2013

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I have been contemplating how Christopher Dorner, if it is true that he died, experienced his last moments on earth. If he was burned alive as headlines suggest, how terrible it would have been for him to suffer the torments of a furnace of fire. I don’t know what it feels like to be trapped […]

Addressing Arguments to Vote for Mitt Romney

September 11, 2012

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Let me begin by saying that I have dear brothers and sisters in Christ who will be voting for Mitt Romney on November 6. This series is not at all to cause division among myself and them, nor is it meant to cause division among any of you who are reading this post. This series […]

airō Top Posts for 2011

December 28, 2011

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2011 has been a great year for airō.  The Lord allowed for me to transition from blogger to WordPress, which has caused an increase in traffic for a number of reasons.  The Lord also blessed me to become a contributor for the Christian Research Network shortly after the transition.  The consequences of these changes have […]

Terrorism Warning – What Will You Do?

September 9, 2011

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As expected, federal authorities are warning the law enforcement community of a potential terrorist threat as we close in on the 10-year anniversary of the September 11 attacks of 2001.  As I’ve covered over the last year in Merry Terror?, Terrorism Threat on Food, and Osama, Terrorism, Despair, and Hope, the threat of terrorism remains […]

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