Category: Bob Walters

Bob Walters

Column: At the Movies – “Nothing” to See?

Several religious movies currently are being marketed to Christian audiences and I haven’t seen any of them. Yet. Noah is a blockbuster mega-movie open everywhere, evidently trading-in God, morality and biblical accuracy for a...

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Column: Christ-Like? That’s a Long-Shot

A laudable objective among Bible-reading, boots-on-the-ground Christians is to be “Christ-like.” Let me play the ecclesial heretic a moment and wonder aloud, “Is that really what we’re shooting for – to be “like Christ”?...

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Opinion: What are you looking for?

Among the great metaphysical prescriptives (s ?) attending the worldly aspirations of contemporary humanity, the simple, humble, heartfelt therapy of searching for Jesus Christ is rarely recommended. Instead, we say, “I need to find...

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Column: Are You Talkin’ to Me?

“Don’t have anything to do with foolish or stupid arguments, because you know they produce quarrels. And the Lord’s servant must not quarrel; instead, he must be kind to everyone …” – The Apostle...

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Column: Symptoms of a major condition

“The joy of the Lord is our strength” – Chris Tomlin, Holy is the Lord The pursuit of happiness to which our culture declares utmost, an unrelenting personal priority, truly has a rather earth-bound...

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Sweating the wrong details

I find it fascinating and comforting to learn how much intellectual horsepower has been dedicated to Christianity over the past 2,000 years. It starts of course with Jesus Christ himself, moves on to disciples...

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Column: A Facebook friend in Jesus

Social media, with its unbridled global connectedness and two-way open road of mass-communicated random neural firings, had a birthday of sorts recently. Facebook turned 10 years old. After Mark Zuckerberg’s brainchild went live in...

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Column: How do you know you know him?

It’s easy to go to church, read the Bible, give some money, say a prayer, sing a song, serve in the Kingdom, perform a kindness and profess faith. What’s hard is knowing that you...