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Is There Really Such a Thing as "Christian Privilege?"
I think the whole idea of “Christian privilege” is ignorant because it assumes “being Christian” is one thing—like “being male” or “being white.” Read more
by | Roger E. Olson
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Kids’ Movies, Disney Princesses, and The Moral Discipleship of Children
Stories disciple our children. Read more
by Jeff Wright | Pop Culture Coram Deo
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On Committing Fiction as a Pastor
Paradoxically, a story can be closer to the truth than a proposition is. Read more
by C. R. Wiley | PaterFamilias Today
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The Low Social Status of Christian Belief Is Part of a Larger Problem
Modern people live in the aftermath of a terrible rupture, in a time radically disconnected from all that came before. Their knowledge of history is limited to a few cliches about the darkness and... Read more
by Dean | The Road Home
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Apology as Weapon
In a non-forgiving society, forgiveness only means that one has been wounded and can be pounced upon by political enemies. Read more
by George Yancey | Shattering Paradigms
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The Prophet Did Not Know
When we ask about either joy or pain, why doesn’t God always speak? Read more
by John Mark N. Reynolds | Eidos
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