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A Message to my Mormon Friends

I have had the privilege of knowing and working closely with a very large number of Mormons over the years. Undoubtedly you’ve probably met and interacted with many as well and would agree that they are some of the kindest and most gracious people you’ll ever have the pleasure of ...

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Biblical Jesus VS. Modern Jesus (Part Three)

For our last installment in this blog series contrasting the difference between Jesus Christ as described in the Holy Bible and the modern/new-age counterfeit Jesus we have five final differences to share. Please read Part One and Part Two if you missed them over the past weeks. In preparing this material ...

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How Does God Define a Fool?

The fool, or jester, of medieval times was an interesting character. He spent his life entertaining noblemen and kings. He had a great wit and humor about him, which he needed in order to wear his garishly colored garments and his “fool’s” hat with its jingling bells. But perhaps his ...

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Why Criticizing Others is Harmful

Criticism can be defined as dwelling on the perceived faults of another person with no view to their good. “But why do you judge your brother? Or why do you show contempt for your brother? For we shall all stand before the judgment seat of Christ. For it is written: ...

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