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Monday, April 21, 2013
Re: Series
John Stonestreet

Paul says that people who do not know God are without hope in the world (Eph. 2:12). Jesus came to remedy that problem, as John explains in this week’s Re: series video.

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Perspectives
Robin Phillips

Robin continues his series on nominalism vs. realism as a fundamental worldview outlook. So what do the “culture wars” have to do with such philosophical notions? And what about us? Robin explains in this week’s Perspectives column.

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InDepth
David R. Sincerbox

Wisdom comes to expression in love, beginning with love for God fashioned after the same kind of love He shows for us. This is no place for mere sentiment, as David explains in this week’s InDepth column.

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ViewPoint
T. M. Moore

The unbelieving world rages vainly against the Lord and the Gospel, and God has commissioned us to respond. But what are we supposed to do? Psalm 2 has the answers, as T. M. explains in this week’s ViewPoint series. You might also like to sign-up and become part of our ViewPoint Leaders Training effort. The training is free online, and special resources are available for all who complete it.

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The Colson Files
Chuck Colson

Jesus’ resurrection assures us that there is life after death. But don’t look to Hollywood to get this right. Chuck reviews Hollywood’s view of life after death in this 1999 archive edition of The Colson Files.

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Worldview
Robert Lynn

When temptation rears its alluring head, we have two choices: fall through it into sin, or grow through unto greater sanctification. The key is finding the way of escape, so that we can bear up under temptation. In Psalm 73 Asaph recounts his own struggle with temptation, so that we can learn from him. Be sure to follow the instalments in this week’s Worldview Bible column.

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Worldview Bible
T. M. Moore

When temptation rears its alluring head, we have two choices: fall through it into sin, or grow through unto greater sanctification. The key is finding the way of escape, so that we can bear up under temptation. In Psalm 73 Asaph recounts his own struggle with temptation, so that we can learn from him. Be sure to follow the instalments in this week’s Worldview Bible column.

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ChangePoint
Diane Singer

Is it just the lyrics of music that affect us? Or do things like melody, harmony, and rhythm also reach to our souls and shape us? Robin challenges us to consider the power of music in this week’s ChangePoint column.

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Ancient Paths
Diane Singer

Are you honest with God in your prayers? The psalms can teach you, both that God seeks your honesty, and that he blesses you when you show it. Diane has selected some excellent readings for this week to help us with this important discipline. Be sure to follow this week’s Ancient Paths column.

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Talking Points
T. M. Moore

Can we “let” or “make” Jesus Lord of our lives? Isn’t He Lord whether or we accept or allow Him? But if we call Him “Lord,” shouldn’t our lives reflect the reality of that? T. M. explains in this week’s Talking Points.

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The Christian Worldview Journal is a significant part of the Colson Center's content program. Journal articles help you develop a powerful foundation in understanding culture in the light of Scripture and historic Christian worldview. More importantly, Journal readings can help you develop your spirutal life and Christian discipleship.