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Wycliffe has been called The Morning Star of the Reformation.
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Euthanasia PDF Print E-mail
The term euthanasia comes via New Latin from the Greek words Eu (meaning easy, happy or good) and Thantos (meaning death), translated literally as good death.  This referred to a person's spiritual state at death, not physical.  Today, euthanasia refers to what is called "mercy killing".  Depending on personal or professional experience and/or a person's knowledge of the subject, euthanasia can become a complex terminological subject.
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Friendships PDF Print E-mail
For most of us friendships are important, and the Bible has much to say about friendship.
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The Christian's Thought PDF Print E-mail
In all of our Christian life, we are called upon to glorify our great God, to whom all praise and glory is due.  "Whether therefore ye eat, or drink, or whatsoever ye do, do all to the glory of God" (I Corinthians 10:31).  This arises predominantly because God commands us, but also because a Christian's great joy and thankfulness in salvation impels him to desire to glorify God's Name.  This responsibility applies not only to certain aspects of our life, but to all of it: the entire length, breadth and depth of it.  All aspects of our life are to be a light shining forth the majesty of Christ, we being the unworthy vessels of His grace.  The Bible puts it like this: "But as He which hath called you is holy, so be ye holy in all manner of conversation; because it is written, Be ye holy, for I am holy" (I Peter 1:15-16).
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Entertainment and the Christian PDF Print E-mail
There is a place for entertainment in the Christian life. What are the principles to guide us in our choices of this entertainment? Pause and ponder.
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