The Daily Roundup: 31 January 2014

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The Daily Roundup:  31 January 2014


Always Talking, Never Doing – Aaron Armstrong examines the tension between belief and action.

Don’t Outsource Your Sermon Prep – Tempted to do a little sermon plagiarism? Marc Cortez reminds pastors of why they should resist that temptation.

The Challenge of Relativism – In today’s podcast over at the Servants of Grace main page, Dave Jenkins discusses the challenge of relativism.

The Doctrine of Hell: Those Who Have “Never Heard” – J. D. Greear continues his series on the doctrine of hell, this time answering the popular question, “What about those who have never heard?”

Orienting Principles: Four Priorities for the Imitation of Christ – Jimmy Agan notes four important priorities necessary for believers to imitate Christ in their life.

Exposition of Ruth 2:1-7 – Mike Boling continues his study of the Book of Ruth, in this post working through Ruth 2:1-7.

Shoot Christians say – Recognize any of these “blurbs”.

Michael lives in Belleville, IL, a suburb of St. Louis, MO with his wife Erica, adopted daughter Alissa, two cats Molly and Sweetie Pie and horse Beckham. After spending eight years in the United States Navy as a Yeoman, he has been employed for the past ten years by the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA) where he oversees advanced educational programs. Michael holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Religion (Biblical Studies) from Liberty University and is currently closing in on completing a Master of Arts in Religion (Biblical Studies) from Liberty Baptist Theological Seminary. He is an avid reader, blogger, and book reviewer and he is the co-founder of Christian Apologetics and Intelligence Ministry. Mike serves as the Managing Editor of Servants of Grace, and the editor for Servants of Grace Apologetics.

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