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Emily Dixon
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The Book That Made Me Sick - A Review of Unholy Charade by Jeff Crippen
I cannot remember the last time a book made me sick. I don’t mean metaphorically. I am talking about head splitting, gut churning, chest aching sick. I wanted to put it down, to stop reading, and quit inflicting this level of torture on myself, but every ti...
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The Book That Make Me Sick - A Review of Unholy Charade by Jeff Crippen
 I cannot remember the last time a book made me sick. I don’t mean metaphorically. I am talking about head splitting, gut churning, chest aching sick. I wanted to put it down, to stop reading, and quit inflicting this level of torture on myself, but every t...
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Reader's Question - Is Remarriage a Sin?
Reader’s Question – Jesus said, whoever divorced his wife and married another commits adultery. When I married my husband (who has been in a previous relationship) I knew this. But I shrugged it off. And I thought that it probably didn’t count in our situat...
Reader's Question - Is Remarriage a Sin?
Reader's Question - Is Remarriage a Sin?
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Divorce: The Great Church Idol - An Emily Rant
It happened again today. I answered the phone to hear another woman crying. We had a fight. He left. I don’t know what to do. Should I stay? Should I go? Am I honoring my wedding vows by remaining? Am I enabling his behavior by not leaving? I am trying, sho...
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A Scandalous Tale - Sex, Social Media, and Ministry
What happens when you put over 600 women in closed Facebook Group and ask them to talk about their most intimate issues? You learn: 1. The Church and Christian communities have been far too silent on issues of sex, women’s health, and relationships. 2. We a...
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Reader's Question: How Do Single People Not Give Into Lust?
Reader’s Question: How do single people not give into lust? At least married people get to have sex. If a (single) person is trying to stay Godly, it sure isn’t easy. Let me begin with a confession, I was single for over a decade between my marriages, and I...
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Reader's Question: How Do Single People Not Give Into Lust?
Reader’s Question: How do single people not give into lust? At least married people get to have sex. If a (single) person is trying to stay Godly, it sure isn’t easy. Let me begin with a confession, I was single for over a decade between my marriages, and I...
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Who Were The Nephilim? Part 4 - The Jude Enoch Connection
St. Jude By El Greco This is part four of an ongoing series over the Nephilim. If you would like to start at the beginning of the series, click here:  Who Were The Nephilim? Part 1 As we continue to examine the question of who were the Nephilim, we cannot a...
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A Challenge For My Detractors - Until Then I Will Remain Scandalous
Y’all might want to buckle in for this one. I am little steamed and I am afraid I might forget how to be proper – but it turns out it probably won’t be the first or last time I hear that allegation. Twelve days ago, something magical happened. I had no idea...
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Transliteration Or That Word, I Don't Think It Means What You Think It Means
When the girls were little we did not have “bad words” in our house. I did this for two reasons: 1. I do not believe any word is inherently bad. 2. I did not want them growing up in a perfectly sanitized bubble, and to later be unable to function in a world...
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