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    Unto Us It Born A Revolution

    Unto Us Is Born…A Revolution!

    Jay Smith, YTI President and Bridger Professor of Theology & Ethics

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    Not since the persecution in the Roman Empire has culture belittled, berated, marginalized and martyred a belief system as it has Christianity.Christianity in our current Western culture is not simply taken for granted by the majority, but also marginalized and ridiculed for its beliefs. Indeed, even professing “Christians” will ridicule, marginalize, and condemn other Christians … MORE

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    Out of Our Comfort Zone

    Bill Fowler, YTI Church Relations, Professor of Biblical Studies

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    Little Endurance of Pain As 21st century Americans, we have a narrow range of endurance in regard to discomfort. When the temperature rises or falls beyond a 6-10 degree margin of “tolerance” we head toward the thermostat and either adjust the A/C or crank up the furnace. On warm days, we have ice for our … MORE

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    What Does It Mean to Live?

    Jay Smith, YTI President and Bridger Professor of Theology & Ethics

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    It’s pretty crazy, I know. Sounds like my life is a hotel room … But I am living, and I am thankful for that life.

    Perfect Imperfection

    Bill Fowler, YTI Church Relations, Professor of Biblical Studies

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    Needing the “Perfect” AccessoryIt was the morning of a Saturday afternoon wedding. Friends and family of the bride had arrived to decorate the auditorium. The flowers were beautiful. Bows marked the pews reserved for family. The tall candelabras were in place. I was trying to be helpful. Then we began setting up for the unity … MORE

    Will Jesus let us fail to show us his grace?

    Bill Fowler, YTI Church Relations, Professor of Biblical Studies

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    Luke 22:31-34Promises in the Upper RoomThe evening before his crucifixion, Jesus shared a meal with his disciples in the upper room. It was there that Jesus revealed that one of them (Judas) would betray him, and all (the other eleven) would forsake him. Peter was quick to rebuke Jesus. He boldly assured Jesus that, even … MORE

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