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Contrarian, in the best way

Yellow smiley happy face ball among blue sad face balls.

Social media interactions can be interesting. On one platform, I had a Christian friend say that I “sure seem to be working hard to purge, cleanse, and set us ‘not quite the good side right-thinking’ …

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A Christian Democrat? Here’s why…

There have been a couple of interesting posts on this subject that I have seen on Facebook. One was an article entitled “Christian Democrat?” on In All Things. The website is a Dordt College project and as such …

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Dear evangelical Christianity

The author, Dan Ferren is shown in front of a wooden wall.

I’m one of those old guys who posts on TikTok. My content there has a lot of consonance with the content we publish on Faith on View. The other day, I posted about being received …

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A hero in my own eyes

Three year old boy stands in front of a fence holding the hand of his nine year old brother.

Life is filled with disappointments and challenges. I think we often lose something as we grow up. We go from feeling we can do anything to wondering if we can do anything. I have to …

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My friend wasn’t supposed to die

A woman dressed in black is shown with a hand on a casket and holding a bouquet of white flowers.

  “Do you know why people get together at Christmas? Because every time they do it might be the last time. Every Christmas is last Christmas.” -from Dr. Who 253, “Last Christmas,” written by Steven …

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In memory of Mom

Cruz and Jeannene Reynoso are shown in this portrait taken in 2000 when Cruz was awarded the Hispanic Heritage Medal.

It has now been over 16 years since my Mom passed. Additionally, my father has now passed and the family home has been sold out of the family. I still miss Mom. I still get …

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Seeing God when our metaphors fail

A two story circa 1890's ranch house is shown at the end of a long driveway lined with white fencing at sunset.

Let’s face it, it is absolutely impossible for us to understand an eternal transcendent God and his domain. It is far beyond our comprehension. So, we often use metaphors to make the incomprehensible accessible to …

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