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What would Jonathan Edwards say about Harry Potter? by Josh Moody

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http://blog.shanetrammel.com/2008/06/13/does-depression-depress-god-by-pastor-josh-moody/

Depression and the Christian by Josh Moody

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http://www.ignatiusinsight.com/features2005/marknoll_intvw_sept05.asp

Has the Reformation Ended? by Mark Noll

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http://theresurgence.com/2011/02/07/psalm-51-change-my-heart

Repentance is the first word of the gospel of Jesus Christ. Check out the above article about repentance.

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http://biblicalspirituality.org/baptist.html

Why are you are Baptist? Are you a Baptist by conviction? Check out the above article entitled: "Why I Am A Baptist"

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http://www.albertmohler.com/2011/02/01/creation-vs-evolution-the-new-shape-of-the-debate/

Al Mohler discusses Creation vs. Evolution-- The New Shape of the Debate

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http://www.albertmohler.com/2010/10/19/souls-draft/

Young Souls in Transition-Emerging Adults and the Church

They say, to what purpose are praying and striving and attending on means, if all was irreversibly determined by God before? But to say that all was determined before these prayers and striving is a very wrong way of speaking, and begets those ideas in the mind which correspond with no realities with respect to God. His decrees of our everlasting state were not before our prayers and strivings, for these are as much present with God from all eternity as they are the moment they are present with us. They are present as part of his decree, or rather as the same, and they did as really exist in eternity with respect to God as much at one time as another. Therefore we can no more fairly argue that these will be in vain because God has foredetermined, than we can that they would be in vain if they existed as soon as the decree; for so they do, inasmuch as they are a part of it.

Jonathan Edwards. Used by Permission of the Jonathan Edwards Center at Yale University.

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