Tag Archives: moralism

Five Surprising Things You’ll Learn from Crucifying Morality

One of best things about life getting back to normal is that I have time to read again. This past weekend I finished up Pastor R. W. Glenn’s book: Crucifying Morality: The Gospel of the Beatitudes.” I’ll admit, I’ve always found … Continue reading

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David Prince: Advice on how to preach Christ from the Gospels

Stand Up for the Truth shared a link to this the other day in The Daily Watchman. I read it and decided to share it as well. It comes from David Prince, a pastor in Lexington, Ky. and an assistant … Continue reading

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Christians and Karma

Obviously Karma, an eastern religious concept, isn’t a philosophy Christians should adopt. Yet, how often do Christians act as if they do? Pastor Tullian Tchividjian thinks Christians often adopt a moralism that isn’t Christian at all, and is a whole … Continue reading

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Creator of Veggie Tales: “that isn’t Christianity, it’s morality.’

Have you heard what Phil Vischer, co-creator of Veggie Tales™ said about the popular videos? He admitted that the videos taught kids to behave, but without actually teaching Christianity. In fact, they were teaching moralism not Christianity.

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