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Renewing Your Mind

Christian talk radio with R.C. Sproul

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May 18, 2023

The Love of God in Christ

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About Renewing Your Mind

To help you hear and do the Word of God, Renewing Your Mind and Renewing Your Mind Weekend delivers substantive Christian education through the radio with Speaker R.C. Sproul: "I dream of a new reformation," Sproul said, "a reformation that is not simply a renewal of life but a new vision of life: a vision that yields new forms and structures in society and culture. As long as Christians restrict their Christianity to a religion a faith that is compartmentalized and isolated from life they can have revival but never ever reformation. We need to hear and do the Word of God in all of our lives."

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