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A Martin Luther Eleventary

eleventary Jun 15, 2020

Martin Luther was a German professor of theology and Augustinian monk. Luther was ordained to the priesthood in 1507 and launched the Protestant Reformation just 10 years later when he nailed his 95 Thesis to the Castle Church in Wittenburg.

1. “Hier stehe ich; Here I stand; I can do no...

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In Times of Despair

podcast Jun 11, 2020

Quick on the heels of the Coronavirus pandemic that shuttered much of our nation this spring, America’s fractious racial divide spilled onto city streets following the murder of George Floyd in Minneapolis.

For weeks protests, looting, violence erupted across the land and all too many of...

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A C.S. Lewis Eleventary

Uncategorized Jun 08, 2020

Clive Staples Lewis was a British writer and theologian. He held academic positions in English literature at Oxford and Cambridge and is known for his Chronicles of Narnia and other writings.

1. “Of all tyrannies, a tyranny sincerely exercised for the good of its victims may be the most...

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45 Years of Marriage

podcast Jun 04, 2020

On this edition of the StandfastCast George and Karen discuss marriage. They recorded the day before they celebrated their 45th anniversary—which afforded them the opportunity to look back and recall some of the most important lessons about marriage that they’ve learned through the...

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A Will Rogers Eleventary

eleventary Jun 01, 2020

Will Rogers was an American stage and film actor, vaudeville performer, cowboy, and columnist. He’s known for the social commentary he infused into each of his media platforms.

1. “The short memories of the American voters is what keeps our politicians in office.”

2. “A...

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Gardening (Garden Graces)

podcast May 28, 2020

From the very beginning (Genesis 2:8), mankind has been at home in a garden. In all the intervening years, many of us have found solace from the wearying effects of this poor fallen world among the flowers and herbs, trees and vines, vegetables and fruits— despite the intrusions of weeds,...

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A Justice Scalia Eleventary

eleventary May 25, 2020

Antonin Scalia served as an Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States from 1986 until his death in 2016.

1. “Day by day, case by case, the Supreme Court is busy designing a Constitution for a country I do not recognize."

2. “The Supreme Court of the United States has...

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Lessons from the Coronavirus

podcast May 19, 2020

The Covid 19 novel coronavirus pandemic, though by no means unprecedented in human history, has nevertheless dramatically and unexpectedly changed our culture, our economy, our politics, and our lives in a host of different ways: with social distancing, quarantining, sheltering, shuttering, and...

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A John Calvin Eleventary

eleventary May 18, 2020

Known for his multi-volume theological treatise, The Institutes, John Calvin was first and foremost a practitioner. As pastor and reformer in Geneva during the Protestant Reformation, he shared the following— which make their way to this edition of Eleventary.

1. “We should ask God to...

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Learning from the places in the Bible we tend to skip + Colossians 4

All Scripture is God-breathed (2 Timothy 3:16-17). It’s all of value for all of life.

Yet there are certain passages we tend to “fly-over,” to borrow a term from Bible teacher Bruce Wilkinson. That is, we often see numbers, genealogies, or farewells at the end of...

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