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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.”
Roger E. Olson
Kids’ Movies, Disney Princesses, and The Moral Discipleship of Children
Stories disciple our children.
by Jeff Wright
Pop Culture Coram Deo
On Committing Fiction as a Pastor
Paradoxically, a story can be closer to the truth than a proposition is.
by C. R. Wiley
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...
The Road Home
Apology as Weapon
In a non-forgiving society, forgiveness only means that one has been wounded and can be pounced upon by political enemies.
by George Yancey
The Prophet Did Not Know
When we ask about either joy or pain, why doesn’t God always speak?
by John Mark N. Reynolds
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David Rupert - Red Letter Believers
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Uncommon God, Common Good
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