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Missiology Is a Minefield
There's a widening gulf between missionaries and the churches back home who support them. Most American Christians don't understand what, how, or why those missionaries are doing what they actually... Read more
by Fred Clark | slacktivist
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What the Church Doesn't Tell You About Doubt
Doubt has been a part of my Christian walk since I crept to my parents' room one night at 7 years old to tell them I was afraid I hadn't prayed enough when I got saved. Read more
by Chris Williams | Mere Chris-ianity
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Social Pressure or Mob Rule?
Social media outrage has caused powerful executives to lose their jobs, brought down politicians, coerced prosecutions, shamed bad behavior, and provoked countless apologies. Perhaps our new... Read more
by Gene Veith | Cranach
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Leave No Trace—Powerful, Painful Lesson Found in a Beautiful Movie
I believe in happy endings. Most Americans do, I think. We’re optimistic folks, conditioned through our history and culture and yeah, even our movies. We see our heroes ride off into the sunset. We... Read more
by Paul Asay | Watching God
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Paganism Is More Than Belief
Angelo Nasios argues that Hellenism is the culture of the Greeks. Does that mean that Paganism is the culture of Pagans? I’m sure of one thing: Paganism is a lot more than what Pagans believe. Read more
by John Beckett | John Beckett
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Has Social Media Outrage Become the New Judicial System?
On an episode of the sci-fi television series The Orville, the members of the crew land on a planet which looks similar to twenty-first century earth. Throughout the episode, they discover a rather... Read more
by Jordan Cooper | Just and Sinner
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