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Charles Grandison Finney was born in 1792 in Connecticut. His parents were not Christians and they raised him for most of his childhood in Oneida County, New York. Finney grew up without a biblical understanding and had no real exposure to Christianity. His first time coming across the preaching of the Word was not a […]

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Pragmatism bears the unique distinction of being the only philosophy birthed here in the United States. We may have a certain amount of national pride associated with that. And pragmatism certainly has its advantages. It is a remarkable too for cutting through all the bologna to what actually works. The problem with pragmatism, however, is […]

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