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At the risk of repeating myself I would like to point back to Challies.com to a post he put up today on

“Open-Theism in Action”

Young people need to identify this currently popular heresy and know why it is wrong. It is easy to say “I don’t believe that” but more important to know (and be able to explain) why it is wrong.

Make sure you read the comments too.

Signing Off…

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  1. 1 Mark Ritchie
    September 8, 2005 at 4:03 am

    Thanks for that note! I read the whole article. Natural disasters never fail to bring out the worst kinds of mumbo jumbo about how God was not involved. I hope everybody has read John Piper’s response to Katrina.

  2. 2 Queen Shenaynay
    September 15, 2005 at 4:58 am

    Thanks, Eric. Great article.

    And doesn’t it make you wonder — why would anyone desire a small God? Mind-boggling.

  3. 3 Anonymous
    December 1, 2006 at 8:01 pm

    I have been looking for sites like this for a long time. Thank you!
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I want to clarify that there is no political problem that is not really a heart problem with hearts not connected to Christ. Only one Kingdom is really important, and this isn't it.

But just as it's sad to see poorly coded software, a badly built building, or an ugly city, it's even more sad to see a nation being thrown away. As custodians of this earth, we should do better.

-Mark Ritchie

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