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Author Archives: J. L. Moore
It has been said that God will never put more on someone than he/she can bear. Advocates of this view may appeal to the biblical story of Job, which is one of the most astounding accounts of divine sovereignty in … Continue reading
I was recently listening to an audiobook discussing current trends in American churches. One of the topics addressed by the author was how men of God from previous generations have approached the task of leading God’s flock. In particular, the … Continue reading
For many Christians, the implied answer to this question is no. In fact, when it comes to JW outreach, there are at least two patterns that I have recognized in the Church. First, many believers in Christ have not concerned … Continue reading
I was recently invited to give a presentation on an evangelistic topic at my local Youth for Christ office, and I was sure of what I wanted to teach. I had been preparing a series of classes I would soon … Continue reading
In April 2013, Americans were shocked to learn of the horrific terrorist attack during the Boston Marathon. Several people lost their lives and over 100 people were injured. It appeared to be another senseless act of violence that had many … Continue reading
One Sunday, a pastor made the following point during his sermon: there are approximately 50% Democrats and 50% Republicans in his church. Why did he mention this? He wanted to prevent his congregation from degenerating into politically-divisive church members. Sadly, … Continue reading
In 1965, Jackie DeShannon released a song entitled What the World Needs Now Is Love. In the midst of the social turmoil that erupted during the 1950’s and 1960’s, one can easily understand the basis for such a song during … Continue reading
The Black Church in America is perhaps the most victorious institution in the African American community. Yet, when it is compared with sacred scripture, we find that the Black Church is falling short in very significant areas. This book not … Continue reading
One of the reasons I pursued a theological education at Liberty University (LU) years ago was because of their unwavering commitment to biblical truth. Founded by the late Jerry Falwell in 1971, LU has grown to become the largest Christian … Continue reading