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All or Nothing is a blog focused on exhorting a generation to live out biblical Christianity. 

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3 Quick Thoughts About The 4th of July

Luke LeFevre

With Independence Day upon us, I’ve had a few simple thoughts on the subjects of patriotism and freedom. As I was considering the patriotic juices that seem to flow so abundantly at this time of year, I began to wonder why we seem to have such an instinctive allegiance to our homeland and devotion to the ideas our nation stands for. Speeches on patriotism stir our emotions. We praise those who give their lives to protect our nation. But why?

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3 Lessons From The 3 Wise Men

Luke LeFevre

In every nativity scene you’ve ever seen, there are most likely figures of Mary and Joseph, baby Jesus, shepherds, maybe some sheep, and—of course—the Three Wise Men. The three wise men are a staple of the Christmas story. Their gold, frankincense, and myrrh prophetically represent the kingship, priesthood, and mission of the Messiah, but these men subtly differ from the other characters that are in our nativity scene...

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Everything's Amazing and Nobody's Happy

Luke LeFevre

This past week in my World Civilizations class we were given an assignment that included watching performances by certain comedians and comparing them to Greek philosophers. One of the performances we watched was by comedian Louis C.K., who appeared on a late night talk show and performed what has now become his signature bit. In this routine, C.K. (an outspoken atheist) makes fun of the fact that we have incredible technology such as cell phones and airplanes and a standard of living that is higher than it’s ever been, yet no one is happy.

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5 Tips For The Doubting, Christian College Student

Luke LeFevre

On college campuses across the United States, many Christian students are having their first encounter with secular humanist arguments (secular humanists believe in the superiority of human reason and logic and the reject spirituality and religion) and having their first actual introduction to other religions. Countless students will abandon their shallow faith at the first tough question that they are unprepared to answer, others will wrestle with their faith as they encounter professors and/or fellow students who have convincing arguments, and some simply don’t have enough interest in God to care one way or the other...

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The Idol of Exercise

Luke LeFevre

Exercise is a good thing, even the Apostle Paul said it was of “some value” (1 Timothy 4:8). Exercise is a great way to show your flesh who’s boss, but we have to be careful that we don’t allow exercise to fuel the idol of “self.” Exercise can teach you discipline, it can prolong your lifespan and improve how you feel physically and mentally, but it can also become a giant flashing arrow that points straight at you...

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Why We Need To Stop Fighting Temptation

Luke LeFevre

Our culture has been molded around temptation. Advertisements are designed to evoke impulsiveness, the Internet has created a plethora of access to garbage, and not to mention the things our peers present to us. All you have to do is walk out your door or turn on the TV to see it. It seems to come from all sides. And it’s not just porn, drugs and the like; it’s in every sphere and every context. So, how do you fight it? Well, the key is … you don’t.

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What Does It Mean To Be 'Set Apart'?

Luke LeFevre

As Christians we are called to be “set apart.” Romans 12:2 says, “Do not conform to the pattern of this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your mind.” The term set apart seems to have acquired an air of distinction that borders on haughtiness. Our goal in seeking to be set apart may not be haughtiness or to stand on higher ground so that we can look down on people, but that pitfall seems to subtly permeate our pursuit of "holiness." So what, then, does being set apart really look like.

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Purity Isn't Something That We Lose. It's Something We Gain.

Luke LeFevre

Often, the Christians we characterize as pure are the more timid and gentle ones of us. Normally the more outgoing, Type A personalities don’t get thrown into the pure group. They are more often the ones we say are “bold” or “courageous.” It seems like people use the word “pure,” more often than not, to describe the wallflowers. Those who don’t talk much or are shy often get put into the pure category, but purity and timidity don’t go together… at all!

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Same-sex Marriage: How Should Christians Respond?

Luke LeFevre

Same-sex marriage is now the law of the land. As Christians, what should be our response? Throughout the social media sphere I have seen a wide range of opinions on how we as Christians should respond the Supreme Court’s ruling. The point that I see the majority of Christians making is that we are called to love, which I think is a great place to start, but I believe there is a lot of confusion on where to go from there. It seems that many aren’t sure how to turn their love into action...

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