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Culture’s Economy vs. Christ’s Economy

7 Jul , 2014  

GodsEconomy

Gratia Christi, quod Sum, quod Vivo, quoque Laboro facit. The grace of Christ makes what I am, what I live, what I do Culture’s Economy vs. Christ’s Economy The current culture envisions our national economy as a zero sum game. The belief is promoted that we have a limited amount of financial resources and no […]

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Culture of Government vs. Culture of Christ

30 Jun , 2014  

Gratia Christi, quod Sum, quod Vivo, quoque Laboro facit. The grace of Christ makes what I am, what I live, what I do  Culture of Government vs. Culture of Christ Ruth read a recent Facebook post about a SWAT Team raid on the Garden of Eden. Neighborhood complaints of code enforcement and allegations of growing […]

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Marriage in the Culture vs. Marriage in Christ

23 Jun , 2014  

Marriage

Gratia Christi, quod Sum, quod Vivo, quoque Laboro facit.  “The grace of Christ makes what I am, what I live, what I do” Love in the 60’s Ruth and I began dating and because we liked one another, we became “steadies”. We fell in love in 1960, and began looking toward marriage as the consummation […]

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National Cultural vs. Culture of Christ

9 Jun , 2014  

Gratia Christi, quod Sum, quod Vivo, quoque Laboro facit. “The grace of Christ makes what I am, what I live, what I do” National Cultural vs. Culture of Christ America, as I am fond of saying, is a nation founded in Christ. Columbus, upon discovering the Western Hemisphere, planted a cross and claimed this new-found Continent […]

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Court Culture vs. Christ’s Culture

26 May , 2014  

Court

Gratia Christi, quod Sum, quod Vivo, quoque Laboro facit. “The grace of Christ makes what I am, what I live, what I do” Court Culture vs. Christ’s Culture In the last several years, the homosexual lobby has been vociferously advocating for general recognition of homosexual unions as legal marriages. They have not been satisfied with […]

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