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Conviction

As a law student, my thoughts often gravitate towards a legal twist on faith.

The course “Criminal Law” offers fascinating and disturbing cases.  Yet all of the cases require that a judge or jury find the accused guilty beyond a reasonable doubt.  The challenge to you and I is this:

If you were to stand trial for being a Christian, would there be enough evidence to convict?

Could the judge and jury, your friends and family, your co-workers and casual acquaintances, or the Starbucks Barista, see so powerfully the touch of a holy God upon your life that they would be convinced beyond a reasonable doubt that you are guilty as charged?

My hope is that the evidence of our lives points unavoidably to a single conclusion.

Live as Charged,
-CR

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