Monthly Archives: August 2012

Totally Forgiving God Is A Totally Misguided Practice

The blog era seems to have sanctioned the puzzling practice of reviewing books one has not read. (Note to self: What a great idea for a new blog! “A Review of Books I Have Not Read.”) So please note that … Continue reading

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Forgiveness As Evangelism

I was teaching about proclaiming the gospel to our North Korean Underground University students in class this past weekend. I asked them if they recalled the official announcement of Kim Jong Il’s ascension to power and, if so, who made … Continue reading

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Persecuted Christians Struggle With Unforgiveness, Too

As I travel around the world speaking about the North Korean underground church, one of the things I observe is that Christians in the West invariably love to hear stories about how persecuted Christians produce jaw-dropping, heart-warming forgiveness with the … Continue reading

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