Monthly Archives: November 2019

Morning Commentary: Jesus’ Followers and Society

What is the place for Christians in society? What should be our attitude towards political engagement, social activism, environment protection? Are we interfering with the coming of Christ if we are trying to make this world a better place? Are … Continue reading

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Video: Memories of Assurance

My mother Krista Kukolja died in February this year. My father Pavao Kukolja died in October 2017. I returned back to Croatia in June this year and visited the place of their burial. The feeling of being there was a … Continue reading

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Walls are Not Everlasting

Thirty years ago this month the Berlin Wall was brought down, echoing the plea of one president who said, “Tear down this wall!”. Thirty years later a different kind of leader is ranting: “Build that wall! Build that wall!”  When … Continue reading

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Through a Glass, Darkly

Even when we behold the most attentively the magnificence of the universe we still remain unable to grasp its truth. Even if we could be sent to its furthest destinations, and plunged into other galaxies at the maximum warp, we … Continue reading

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Warning Against Fake Miracles

The Bible Study I had a privilege to teach yesterday was about Luke chapter 7. Jesus did not raise the dead man out of or into some kind of zombie-like or a Frankenstein-like existence. It was an act of complete … Continue reading

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