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Purity vs. Pornified

I read this today on Justin Taylor's blog. I hope every man at CrossPointe will take a moment to read this. I've copied and pasted Justin's entire post below:   In 2004 Albert Mohler gave a talk to the male students of Boyce College, entitled “The Seduction of Pornography and the Integrity of Christian Marriage”—available in manuscript ...

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Jonathan Edwards on the Danger of Spiritual Pride

Read this great quote from Jonathan Edwards on Ray Ortlund's excellent blog. I've copied it here in its entirety: “Spiritual pride is the main door by which the devil comes into the hearts of those who are zealous for the advancement of Christianity.  It is the chief inlet of smoke from the bottomless pit, to darken the mind and mislead the judgment.  It i...

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Read this great quote from Jonathan Edwards on Ray Ortlund's excellent blog. I've copied it here in its entirety: “Spiritual pride is the main door by which the devil comes into the hearts of those who are zealous for the advancement of Christianity.  It is the chief inlet of smoke from the bottomless pit, to darken the mind and mislead the judgment.  It i...

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Bible Reading plans for 2010

Here are two reading plans that can both be printed and used for bookmarks. ESV Study Bible Discipleship Journal Don't beat yourself up if these plans aren't for you or if they are too much at this stage. The important thing is to develop a habit of regularly coming to the Book. Also, if you are an iTunes podcaster like me, you can subscribe to the free ESV daily podc...

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Breaking free from entertainment addiction

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Discipleship - a patient acquisition of virtue

Been thinking a lot lately about what discipleship should look like within the context of a local church. How exactly does a church help facilitate the spiritual growth of people, without unwittingly creating a culture of consumerism in which people expect to receive but are never challenged to contribute? Well, we're working on some answers, but I wanted to share a quote ...

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