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Good News for Postmodern Man

Good News for Postmodern Man When you hear the word “postmodernism,” what comes to mind? Do you think of a religious pluralism that affirms faiths of every stripe, so long as the subscribers of those faiths admit that all roads lead to heaven? Do you think of social activists who welcome and tolerate the diverse […]

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Heaven

Heaven Most of our thoughts about the future are punctuated by question marks. This is true in the short term; we wonder what the rest of this week will be like. But when we think about eternity, our questions multiply. For those who treasure Christ’s promise—“I go to prepare a place for you . . […]

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The Grace of Predestination

The Grace of Predestination When the Remonstrants or followers of Jacobus Arminius wrote their Remonstrance in 1610, they began with the doctrine of predestination, reflecting the language of Ephesians 1: “That God by an eternal and immutable decree has in Jesus Christ his Son determined before the foundation of the world to save out of […]

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In A Few Words

In A Few Words With the appearance this issue of The Outlook, we are approaching two major holidays in this country—Thanksgiving Day in November (Canadians already celebrated it in October) and Christmas in December. Both are secular holidays, by which I mean that neither was instituted by divine or biblical mandate. That does not mean, […]

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