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Kee Won Huh
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"I have come that they may have life, and have it to the full." - John 10:10
"I have come that they may have life, and have it to the full." - John 10:10

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My latest post - Tim Keller's Joke About Linsanity & Racism: An Asian Reaction. My thoughts about how Tim's joke was perceived by some in the Asian American community. Hope you enjoy!

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My latest post - Social Media Ain't All Bad. In it, I share a student's testimony about the transformative power of social media in his life.

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This post is my initial reaction to an article I read commenting on the historic shift in birth rates in America.

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Our human sympathies are just as subject to the manipulation of Satan and people as any of our other faculties. That such sympathies can almost never be seen in an ill light makes them incredibly dangerous. A lack of discernment regarding judgments where they play a significant role can lead to catastrophic results. I have also seen sympathy used as a rhetorical guise to cover over the most selfish, sinister, misguided, & ill-conceived causes. Consider Jesus's words when he rebukes Peter. "Get thee behind me, Satan!" Peter's desire for a kingdom and leader that fit his paradigm was set on derailing Jesus's redemptive plan for humanity. This core motive glistened with a sheen of human sympathy (i.e. his desire to protect Jesus from harm) that it almost passes as heroism. In reality, it was a well disguised torpedo from Satan.

To summarize, as one Christian author once wrote, "Never let your human sympathies cloud your vision of God." Love radically, but never love without wisdom. I believe this is important advice as Christians navigate the current political landscape.

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My next post - "Three Enraging Racist Encounters in American Evangelicalism"

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I know it's always a bit off-putting when a pastor posts his own sermon. Typically, when I do this, it's really not a means of self-promotion. Really! It's been a while, but I'm actually posting this one because I've received a good amount of feedback & emails saying that it was helpful & liberating for many. It's something that I've struggled with in the church, and, therefore, I can safely assume some others probably struggle with it as well. The delivery is not particularly good & I mess up some of the content, but I do hope the core message is helpful to some. Godspeed, winners.

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My next post - "A Short Critique of an Aspect of American Evangelicalism"

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My next entry in the hospital chaplain series. It's titled, "A Father & His Son." Hope you enjoy!

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My next post - "The Racist Landscape Surrounding Jeremy Lin." Sorry it took so long. Hope you enjoy!

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My next post - "Social Fail." Apologies on taking three weeks to post another entry. With the office move & the sermon prep, it was hard to find the time. The entry is short, and it's definitely much lighter than the other posts (at the wife's request). Hope you enjoy!
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