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Is This Evangelicalism's Red-Pill Moment?
Generally speaking, evangelicals believe you can separate form from content. You can take meaning—what I mean by content—and place it in just about any container without losing something. Wrong! Read more
by C. R. Wiley | PaterFamilias Today
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"Nones" Have Religious Beliefs, but No Community
Could it be that the major religious development of our time–the rise of “Nones”–has nothing to do with the credibility of the supernatural but with a temperamental aversion to joining communities? Read more
by Gene Veith | Cranach
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Don't Let Your Church Be the Door-to-Door VCR Salesman
Your church can be like a frustrated door-to-door VCR salesman in 2018, or you can lovingly help usher your church into the 21st century. Read more
by Josh Daffern | New Wineskins
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If You Think Vice President Pence is Bad, Have You Considered Henry...
People are mad at Vice President Pence speaking to the SBC, but gushing over Bishop Michael Curry's sermon at the Royal Wedding. Why the inconsistency? Read more
by D. G. Hart | Putting the Protest in Protestant
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I Believe, Therefore I Do
Sooner or later, life will call your bluff and you’ll have to take action on what you claim to believe. Failure to act is more than just an act of cowardice, but an admission that we really don’t... Read more
by Scot McKnight | Jesus Creed
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How Christianity "Destroyed" The Darkness of the Ancient World
Another day, another book review over at the New York Times extolling a tome that seeks to show how the "barbarous" and "thuggish" early Christians destroyed the "enlightened" and "cosmopolitan"... Read more
by Taylor S. Brown | The Christian Revolution
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