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Tag: Repentance

Finding True Goodness as a Christian

July 15, AD2017 0 Comments
Finding True Goodness as a Christian

To be sure, morally or otherwise, no one is good in the sense of perfect. We are usually only good in a relative sense. We are not perfect but we do not think we are awful either. Our day was fine but it was not amazing. The best tennis player in the world would probably […]

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Soften Our Hearts of Stone and Help Us Repent

March 19, AD2017 2 Comments
Soften Our Hearts of Stone and Help Us Repent

Most Christians know the story of Jonah being swallowed by the whale but I wonder how many recall just how and why it came about. Jonah got swallowed by the whale because he was a disobedient prophet who rejected his divine commission to tell the people of Nineveh to repent. Jonah was told by God […]

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My Apology as a Christian

July 15, AD2016 7 Comments
My Apology as a Christian

Pope Francis recently called for all Christians to give an apology to various people we have offended or marginalized in our lives. Hearing this request, my first reaction was to become somewhat defensive particularly on the issue of homosexuality – “How can we apologize for proclaiming the truths of God’s revelation?” But after sincerely contemplating […]

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“Since I’m Saved, I Can Live How I Want?”

May 26, AD2016 12 Comments
“Since I’m Saved, I Can Live How I Want?”

Someone showed me a video online a few weeks ago and I have not been able to get the scene out of my mind. It was a recording of a Christian street preacher talking and debating with variety of students on a college campus in Texas. The dialogue I witnessed was shocking and upsetting, not […]

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Saint Thomas Becket, Sin and Contrition

December 26, AD2014 2 Comments
Saint Thomas Becket, Sin and Contrition

As the year ends, I always recall my confirmation saint, Saint Thomas Becket, the holy, blessed martyr, whose feast day falls on December 29.  His story tells us how foreign to our time the Middle Ages are.  Becket was a worldly cleric who had risen to be chancellor of England for Henry II.  Henry seized the […]

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