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  • Jesus Didn’t Die to Remain Dead

    “It is finished,” Jesus cried, having completed the work for which he came. As the Son of God exhaled for the last time, the earth itself shuddered, and the sun lowered its eyes. Seeing the earth itself in mourning, one… Read More ›

  • Good Thursday

    Granting the time of the year, the title of this post may strike some as a bit odd, since tomorrow is traditionally labeled “Good Friday” and this coming Sunday is Easter. And this is likely one of those things that… Read More ›

  • Christianity: An Infinitely Lop-Sided Relationship

    As cliché as the once popular saying was, it, once qualified, is essentially true: Christianity is not a religion, it is a relationship. The qualification that makes that statement true is the popular understanding of religion being a system by… Read More ›

  • Considering Our Foolishness in Christ

    For consider your calling, brothers: not many of you were wise according to worldly standards, not many were powerful, not many were of noble birth. But God chose what is foolish in the world to shame the wise; God chose… Read More ›

  • Proper Tolerance

    We shall, as we ripen in grace, have greater sweetness towards our fellow Christians. Bitter-spirited Christians may know a great deal, but they are immature. Those who are quick to censure may be very acute in judgment, but they are… Read More ›

  • Stewarding Our Time

    Generally when we speak of stewarding the resources that God gives us, the discussion usually tends toward the financial side of things, and probably rightly so to a degree. Money is for many in our culture an all-consuming, ill-managed resource,… Read More ›

  • The Reason for Faith for Faith

    A lot has changed recently here at Faith for Faith, and the look of the site is just the tip of the figurative iceberg. Over the past several weeks, Faith for Faith has been transitioning from sparsely-updated, individually-authored blog to… Read More ›