Author: Charles Moore

Chariots of Fire

God confirms the call of Elisha in a remarkable way (Second Kings 2): Elijah is taken up into heaven, before Elisha’s very eyes, in a whirlwind of chariots of fire! Other than that, it was an ordinary day. Following that,

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“Come”

We learn from Matthew’s Gospel that one of the earthly ministries of our Lord Jesus was to “proclaim justice.” You and I serve an amazing Christ: He offers justice where there is no justice! Sooner or later, Jesus will make

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The Search (Part 5)

Today we’ll wrap up this look at postmodernism. Thanks for hanging in there with me! We’ve established the phenomenon. It started within the fields of art and architecture, but postmodernism has expanded into a philosophy and worldview which is based

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The Search (Part 4)

So, friends, we’re continuing to think about the phenomenon of postmodernism. I was born in the 1960s. I don’t think I was the culprit, but the 1960s ended up being a mess on many levels. There were the assassinations of

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The Search (Part 3)

I really appreciate your interactions with me on this series topic and rather sobering subject. After my last blog posting, a gentleman from our church texted me this message: “Charles, I have never been challenged by someone saying to me that

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The Search (Part 2)

Thanks to those of you who expressed an interest in this topic! We’ve taken up the subject of postmodernism and its takeover of our current cultural landscape. In my last blog posting, I shared with you a little of the

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The Search

What I think I’ll do for the next few blog postings is take on the subject of “meaning” – as in, “what is the meaning of life?” You may be wondering if I have a little too much time on

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Penultimate

This week I am vividly reminded that I do not write my story. I never have. I never will. I’ve rediscovered that I don’t even control the appearance of my story. Not only is someone else writing my story, but

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A Brighter Day

Eileen and I came home from Birmingham encouraged. Very encouraged! What I feared would be exceptionally controversial was not controversial at all, and our denomination did the right thing. It’s never easy to admit “sin in the camp,” but real

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Overlord

It was the largest ever airborne and amphibious invasion. It turned the tide of Nazi occupation. It turned the course of global history. D-Day. 75 years have passed. This week we remember. At the landing beaches surrounding Normandy, and at

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