Matt Carter





Matt Carter



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Average rating: 3.99 · 525 ratings · 66 reviews · 30 distinct works · Similar authors
Bad Christian, Great Savior

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Minds and Computers: An Int...

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The Real Win: A Man's Quest...

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Designing Science Presentat...

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Guide to Research Technique...

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Creation Unraveled The Gosp...

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Released: The Power of Ever...

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Creation Restored

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Creation Unraveled: The Gos...

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“Many “spiritual people,” not necessarily those that claim Christianity, share a common sentiment: “Religions, faiths and even Jesus are personal matters, so stay out of my business and I will stay out of yours.”  Christians are not supposed to, nor can they afford to share this sentiment. ”
Matt Carter, Bad Christian, Great Savior

“It is easy and very common to actively pursue being a “good Christian” instead of pursuing our great Savior himself.”
Matt Carter, Bad Christian, Great Savior

“of our deepest desires is to change our sinful habits.  We try not to take credit when we make positive changes.  We never claim to be without sin.  We apologize, but probably not as often as we should.  We talk about how sinful we are.  We talk a lot about our great savior.  We often verbalize our complete dependence on God.  We have changed and are changing still.”
Matt Carter, Bad Christian, Great Savior

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