Author Archives: Adam Miller

Is God On America’s Side?

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A Review of Lutzer’s Answers to a Tough Question A particular pet peeve of mine is triggered when I hear Christians make the assertion that God’s blessing is reserved for America. While the average Christian today could not give a … Continue reading

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Defining Authentic Christianity

The church, today, is at a critical place of transition. With a whole world of events playing into increasing distinctions between generations, there is a critical need for definition for biblical principles. Cultural values are inevitably lost from generation to generation. … Continue reading


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Sermonette: Building an Army of Mothers

“I am reminded of your sincere faith, a faith that dwelt first in your grandmother Lois and your mother Eunice and now, I am sure, dwells in you as well.” 2 Timothy 1:5 esv As we celebrate Mother’s Day, it … Continue reading

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Soapbox: You Might Be A Liberal

You would think, that with all of the people in history, there would be less misconceptions with the person of Jesus Christ than any other historical figure. Yet, the more I spend time with individuals, the more I realize how … Continue reading

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Replenished From Conventional Wisdom

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A Review of Lance Witt’s Encouragement to Pastors There is a unique epidemic in churches today and I’m starting to realize this more and more as I work with pastors from many different churches. We like to examine statistics that position the … Continue reading

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