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Why Is Love So Mysterious?
The other day I posted a link to my article "Why Do Christians Deny The Power Of Love?" and someone responded by asking me this: "Hi Keith, if you are willing, I'd like to go deeper into what you... Read more
by Keith Giles | Keith Giles
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You'll Spend a Third of your Life Working: What if You Could Make...
  Adults who are employed full time work an average of forty-seven hours a week, nearly 2,500 hours a year -- that's over 100 full days. We'll spend a third of our lifetime working. How do we... Read more
by Tim Suttle | Paperback Theology
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Say What's True: What Would Wouldn't Do
What would, would not. And could, couldn't go. Or as we say down home, Can't never could. And also? What you get is what you get. I never could make sense of ain't got no.  But always, ever after,... Read more
by Erin Wathen | Irreverin
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The Never-Ending Prayer
As I do initial work on my new book on prayer (contract now signed!), I am following my usual procedure of paying close attention to whatever the author I am currently reading has to say about the... Read more
by Vance Morgan | Freelance Christianity
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The Cost Of Repentance
(H/T) Have you ever seen The Mission? If you haven't, you really should. It's a fantastic film starring two of the greatest actors of their generation - Robert De Niro and Jeremy Irons - as a priest... Read more
by Zack Hunt | The Semi-Official Blog of Zack Hunt
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