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Theology

A Thinking Christian

Posted by Joshua Claycamp on

I began to be troubled a few years ago when I was leading a study on evangelism, and we naturally delved off into a discussion on the cosmological argument as a potential response to certain objections raised about the Christian faith. What was most troubling to me was to sit facing a room full...

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Tags: apologetics, logic, argument, reason, christian faith, kamloops, william lane craig, j.p. moreland

My Top Books of 2012

Posted by Joshua Claycamp on

Top Books that Pastor Joshua Claycamp, Pastor of Bridge Baptist Church of Kamloops B.C., read during 2012.

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Tags: top books of 2012, books, christian books, kamloops, book reader, book club

Book Ministry: Alaina Jones needs your help!

Posted by Joshua Claycamp on

Perhaps you've heard the adage, "The family that prays together stays together." I love that proverb, because it is true and also it emphasizes the need for the family to be united around God and His glory. With that idea in mind, may I offer you another contemporary proverb? "The church...

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Tags: christian, books, kamloops, bridge baptist church

God is None the Poorer

Posted by Joshua Claycamp on

I came across this quote awhile back when I was preaching through Exodus, and it profoundly moved me. It's from a Baptist pastor who ministered in London during the 19th century. I love the truth that "He loves, and He loves forever; and through the ages the fire burns on, unconsumed and...

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Tags: love, burning bush, god, jesus, christian, self-sufficient

The Trail where They Cried

Posted by Joshua Claycamp on

Christians should embrace this worldview. A Christian should exude his status as a child of God the same way that a Cherokee exudes his First Nation heritage. We are a people of a common ancestry – all of us trace our heritage to the Cross. And we should be equally suspicious and reluctant to...

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Tags: first nations, cherokee, sorrow