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Kristen Hamilton
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Semi-Reformed, Bible study-er, wife, homeschooling mom, blogger
Semi-Reformed, Bible study-er, wife, homeschooling mom, blogger

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"In 1978, several Bible-believing, Christian scholars, theologians, pastors, and leaders met in Chicago to address a growing epidemic in the professing Church. Liberalism had begun to infect evangelicalism bringing with it doubts of the truthfulness and accuracy of the Bible. Rightfully alarmed, these men gathered to develop a statement that would reestablish the doctrine of the inerrancy of God’s Word. What they soon agreed on and published became known as the Chicago Statement on Biblical Inerrancy."
The Bible: Inerrant and Infallible The law of the Lord is perfect, restoring the soul; The testimony of the Lord is sure, making wise the simple. The precepts of the Lord are right, rejoicing the heart; The commandment of the Lord is pure, enlightening…
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#Truth... it's the errors that divide.
"True unity is rooted in truth." — John MacArthur
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"Unless we first learn, we can’t disciple others. Beware of the one who wants to teach others but has very little passion to be taught." #MakeDisciples #TheGreatCommission #ReachAndTeach
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Great article- our job is to share the gospel and the Holy Spirit does the rest. #apologetics #gospel
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Christians are not entitled to our own personal opinions. The Bible is our authority.

The Bible - not our own opinions, feelings, and experiences - is the foundation for what we believe and do.
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The Bible is made up of sixty-six books divided into two Testaments and organized by genre rather than chronologically. It is further divided into chapters and verses. It is not a book you can just let flop open, read a couple of sentences, and then claim…
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My friend Rachel writes, "I am always looking for good blogs and podcasts. It’s a comfort to have “go-to” resources for reading and listening to while waiting somewhere or doing chores. I thought I would share a few of my favorites if you are looking for some as well!"

I enjoy the same resources she lists here:
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I want to discuss Numbers 11 with you. It stood out to me in my Bible reading. In my Bible, this chapter is titled, “The People Complain.” I will go along and outline what happened, but I encourage you to go to your own Bible and read that chapter for yourself.
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Is it ever okay to lie? I recently read the account in Joshua about Rahab who hides the spies. Ironically, just a couple days after reading that, I heard an interview on a Christian radio program with an author who wrote a book about lying. As part of their discussion, they brought up Rahab.

The story about Rahab is found in Joshua, chapter 2.
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While it is true that we as believers are to love our neighbors and to go into the world and make disciples, I now think that religion matters more than what that quote seems to say. I have heard twice this week that the old saying, “don’t be so heavenly minded you’re of no earthly good,” should not be heeded, and I agree.
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