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How the Church Exchanged Worshiping God For Cheap Emotional Thrills
I briefly attended a church that would drag a kiddie pool on stage and offer impromptu baptisms. "We can't find anywhere in scripture that says you must go through a class before being baptized, so... Read more
by Jonathan Aigner | Ponder Anew
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Is Church for Extroverts?
Most churches are designed by and for extroverts. To be truly diverse, we need to consider people's various ways of engaging the world and the need for various kinds of connection to make sure no... Read more
by Erin Wathen | Irreverin
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Are Beer Yoga, Goat Yoga, and Naked Yoga Actually Forms of Yoga?
If you follow the U.S. yoga scene, you will have likely noticed a steady stream of class offerings that B.K.S. Iyengar and the other lions of yoga in the past century would never have envisioned. Read more
by Mat McDermott | Samudra
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Of Jailing Striking Teachers and Other Considerations
Adversaries of the Colorado teachers assert that any teacher strike is contrary to the common good. As it turns out, the Catechism lays out with specificity what the common good consists of. Read more
by Jack Quirk | Christian Democracy
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“They’re Confused” – Why Common Sense Is Often Wrong
Any time “common sense” is invoked, a flashing red light should go off in your head. Most times that means “stuff we assume is true but haven’t really thought much about.” And when you hear someone... Read more
by John Beckett | John Beckett
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Recovering From (and Finding Hope In) Avengers: Infinity War
You don’t normally go through the five stages of grief during a superhero movie. Which makes Avengers: Infinity War a truly remarkable and, on some level, heartbreaking departure. Read more
by Paul Asay | Watching God
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