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Scott Sauls
Christian, husband, dad, pastor, author of some books. INFJ. Enneagram 4w3. NYC to Nashville.
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Scott Sauls 8h
Replying to @rogers_justin
Good question. It's a fine line. Social media is the most helpful way to let people know about newer books. I don't personally enjoy this aspect, but also believe sharing one's work doesn't necessarily equate with "brand and person promo." Motive is the core issue.
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Scott Sauls 9h
Real friendship happens when we move toward the people we are most tempted to avoid.
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Scott Sauls 10h
Yes, like Thomas.
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Scott Sauls 10h
It’s a clear trend. Union, Columbia, Eden, Louisville, etc. all are fading shadows of what they once were before denouncing basic biblical doctrines.
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Scott Sauls 10h
Replying to @SpenceSpencer01
Correct. Meanwhile SBTS at 5000+, SEBTS 3400+, Fuller 2400+, TEDS 1200+, RTS 1000+, Covenant 700+, Westminster 600+. All affirm the bodily resurrection.
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Scott Sauls 11h
One significant detail that was left out of this article is that the interviewee’s Union Seminary, like all theological institutions that renounce belief in the bodily resurrection, has since dwindled down to almost nothing. Without resurrection, everything eventually just dies.
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Scott Sauls 11h
One significant detail that was left out of this article is that the interviewee’s Union Seminary, like all theological institutions that renounce belief in the bodily resurrection, has since dwindled down to almost nothing. Without resurrection, everything eventually dies.
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Scott Sauls 11h
You can dance in a hurricane, but only if you’re standing in the eye. - Brandi Carlyle
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Scott Sauls 13h
Replying to @EvanWelcher
Trust Jesus.
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Scott Sauls 15h
Only Jesus will know us fully and love us completely.
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Scott Sauls 17h
This Easter, I talked about how Christians don't have enough faith to believe in a world without God. Even Carl Sagan, who was not a religious man, said that atheism is a huge leap of faith. If you give it a listen, I would love to hear your thoughts...
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Scott Sauls 18h
Pastors and leaders, people will sometimes gush over how amazing you are. Other times, people will shoot arrows and tell you how awful you are. In either instance, don't fall into the trap of believing your own press.
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Scott Sauls Apr 21
What would it look like for Christians, en masse, to start loving and following the whole Jesus and the whole Scripture, the whole time, into the whole world?
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Scott Sauls Apr 21
There are many bright-minded, scholarly atheists who believe in the non-existence of God as deeply as I believe in the existence of God. Should this make people of faith nervous? I say no.
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Christ Presbyterian Apr 21
Did you miss today’s sermon? It’s now posted online! Listen to it and share it with a friend!
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Christ Presbyterian Apr 21
Watch out eggs, here they come!
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Scott Sauls Apr 21
The purpose of an open mind is like that of an open mouth. Eventually, we must shut it on something solid. - Chesterton
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Scott Sauls Apr 21
Replying to @russramsey
Can't wait to hear all about it!
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Scott Sauls Apr 21
The stone was rolled away not to let Jesus out but to let us in. - Anderson Spickard
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Scott Sauls Apr 21
Risen.
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