Breakfast Links for 11/09/12 – God and Women; Christ and Assault Rifles; Politicians Killed Jesus

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BREAKFAST LINKS 11/09/12: Frank Viola, Patheos/Frank Viola: “But beyond all these wonderful things that the Lord did in showing us how beautiful women are in His eyes, He did something else. He chose you—a woman to depict that which He came to earth to die for—His very Bride.” Bill Blankschaen, Patheos:Bill in the Blank: “President [Read More...]

Breakfast Links for 11/06/12 – Political Idolatry; the Cinderella Dress; God and the Yankees

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BREAKFAST LINKS 11/06/12: Paul Kengor, Real Clear Religion: We Are Obama’s Brother’s Keeper Joe Carter: “Every election season we’re reminded that God is neither a Republican nor a Democrat. From this obvious truth many people draw the conclusion that their choice in candidates is therefore morally equivalent. It isn’t.” Steve Kornacki, Salon: The Obama Landslide [Read More...]

Breakfast Links for 10/30/12: Trick or Tract, Persecution Perspectives, Not Revival but Revolution

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BREAKFAST LINKS 10/30/12: Adrian Warnock, Patheos: “I look at your media, your political adverts, your adversarial debates, and I wonder, how long before your nation tears itself apart? Can either of the candidates unite the land?” Frank Viola, Patheos: ““What is needed in the body of Christ is not restoration. It’s not even revival. What [Read More...]

Why We Need More Religion in Politics, Not Less

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Last week I received another expression of a very common sentiment in the comments box at Philosophical Fragments – and the commenter wished it known that she was “not a libertine” but a 50-year-old former-Christian woman with a long marriage and three children, two in the military.  She wrote: George Bush and his supporters were a [Read More...]

Compassion Has Always Been Conservative

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Every now and then, the reality-based community gets a reality check.  One particularly bruising encounter with hard facts came recently in the form of a newly released study in The Chronicle of Philanthropy showing that the cities and states that give the most to charitable causes are overwhelmingly religious, conservative and southern.  “The nation’s generosity divide is [Read More...]


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