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Moral Outrage and Compassion

Posted by Colby Kinser on

One of the objections people have to God existing as described in the Bible is the suffering of the innocent through man's violence or natural disaster. If God is good, why does He allow these things to happen? Is He not strong enough? Is He not good enough? Let's skip for a second the argument...

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Tags: apologetics, compassion, doctrine, innocent, moral, outrage, suffering, theodicy

More Than We Realize

Posted by Colby Kinser on

A black man living in a upper middle class neighborhood pulls out a knife and threatens to kill his family. The cops are called, the man charges the police, and they are forced to shoot him twice, putting him in the hospital. What are you thinking? What images come to mind? What parts of the...

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Tags: judging, listening

Two Hats, One Noggin

Posted by Colby Kinser on

This Saturday, about an hour south of Atlanta, I will have the privilege of officiating the wedding of our goddaughter. This is very likely the closest I will ever come to performing the wedding of a daughter. We have known Ashley since she was 11 when we first moved to Dublin, GA. We quickly...

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Avenue of Life

Posted by Colby Kinser on

Last week, I had the pleasure of touring Avenue of Life, which serves the underserved and promotes the Gospel in the heart of Kansas City, KS. My goal was clear - to learn the logistics of one particular program and then quietly leave so that I didn't interrupt the work they do. I got quite a...

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Tags: assets, avenue, development, life, mercy, poverty, sustainability, fwe