Tag Archives: Lord’s Day

Was Eric Liddell a Legalist?

Chariots of Fire is undoubtedly one of my favorite movies. It tells the story of two runners who competed in the 1924 Paris Olympics. One of those runners was a man by the name of Eric Liddell, a man dubbed … Continue reading

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The Deceiver’s Top Ten Tips For Making Sure You and Your Family Have a Miserable And Fruitless Experience in Church this Sunday

If you’ve been a Christian for any period of time at all, you may have noticed that the more time you spend in church, the harder it is to fit in and feel comfortable with non-believers or to really enjoy … Continue reading

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A Reflection on the Superbowl…

“The attachment many Americans now have to sports teams far exceeds attachment to religious faith—any religious faith.” – Al Mohler Driving home from church on Sunday Night was eerie, it was a huge contrast to the heavy traffic we normally … Continue reading

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Why Do Christians Worship on Sunday and Not Saturday?

Why do Christian churches meet and worship on Sunday? After all, doesn’t the fourth commandment clearly say “the seventh day is the Sabbath of the LORD your God?” So is Sunday worship just a Christian tradition? Did we not want … Continue reading

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