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Real Love Resides in Righteousness

by John Greene Righteousness is not a popular topic in this day, not that most people even truly identify with the concept. Most of humanity is concerned with the worldly ideals of responsibility, duty, justice, ethics, morality and personal rights, … Continue reading

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Breaking Free from Dirty Rags

by John Greene In the religion of Christianity, there exists a cruel falsehood that multitudes accept for truth: “Your righteousness is as filthy rags.” I’ve heard this ‘truism’ at least several times in the sermons of pastors in my early … Continue reading

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