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Preaching and Memorial Day
Memorial Day Weekend is approaching. Memorial Day is a tricky time for preachers of the Gospel. It’s tricky not because the valor of the fallen lacks honor but because the story of America,... Read more
by Scot McKnight | Jesus Creed
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The Myth of Biblical Womanhood?
The ideas we associate with biblical womanhood are emphasized by modern American culture not because they are “biblical” but because they are culturally acceptable. We (as Evangelical Christians)... Read more
by Beth Allison Barr | Anxious Bench
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All The Writings Are God-Breathed
Stop me if you've heard this one before: "All Scripture is God-breathed and is useful for teaching, rebuking, correcting and training in righteousness, so that the servant of God may be thoroughly... Read more
by Keith Giles | Keith Giles
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First Reformed Fumbles Theology but Still Takes Flight
While First Reformed focuses on a minister’s crisis of faith, it is not primarily about Reformed theology or confessional Christianity. It expresses the existential despair and hopelessness that can... Read more
by Coyle Neal | Schaeffer's Ghost
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11 Questions for Christians and Churches Celebrating Memorial Day...
What do patriotic celebrations teach non-Americans about our view of the gospel? Read more
by Jonathan Aigner | Ponder Anew
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The Offense of a Backyard Flag
  "Thou shall have no other Gods but me..." One of the earliest teachings of the known God is to not have other Gods. I would imagine that the worship of a God of cloth would especially enrage... Read more
by Jeff Hood | Jeff Hood
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