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“One of the things I do when I meet people is ask them, ‘What is Christianity?’ Undoubtedly half will respond, ‘A relationship with Jesus.’ “That is wrong. The gospel cannot be merely a private transaction. God didn’t break through history, … Continue reading →
“What would Jesus do?” Christians have been asking themselves this question in one form or another since Christianity was founded. But in the 1890s, these four particular words became a household phrase for members of Central Congregational Church in Topeka, … Continue reading →