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Monthly Archive for September, 2011

Youcef Nadarkhani, Iranian Pastor Faces Execution For Refusing To Recant His Christian Faith. The pastor was found guilty of apostasy last year, and the conviction has been upheld by the Iranian Supreme Court. If carried out, the execution would mark the first time since 1990 that an Iranian pastor was killed for his Christian faith. […]






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Brandon G. Withrow: Can Evangelical Theology Evolve with Science?. Newest column by my friend and neighbor, Brandon Withrow. Just as there is an evangelical crowd invested in hell, there continues to be a group that prides itself for war on science and its necessary literalism as badge of honor. Brandon does a good job in […]






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After an unintentional summer hiatus, I’m back with a new postcast to start the fall. After a series of friends finding themselves in crisis in their local congregations and some of the shifts that are taking place nationally, here’s a reflection on the future of pastors, congregations, and the how the mainline church is having […]






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Church Attendance Falling Among Less-Educated Whites: Study. It really is no surprise. You look at Europe and the erosion has already occurred there. Martin Luther had a saying – “God is that thing to which you look toward for your highest good.” Lots of other things out there to rely on and trust and its […]






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Ark Encounter Introduction – YouTube. Yep, you will soon be able to go to Kentucky to see a “life size” Noah’s Ark, Tower of Babel, Dinosaurs and humans together the way God intended (not like Jurassic Park), and other weirdness. However, they are not going to be crucifying Jesus everyday like they do in Orlando […]






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Last repost for now. For those looking for the full library, search the blog catagory “Wired Jesus Podcast” for the full list. I believe something significant has died in the last two years in American culture and the church that we are only beginning to grasp now. In politics, religion, generations, and faith, something has […]






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Yeah, its a repost from March 2011. While its a little rambling, I try and paint the picture is that there is a global revolution going on in younger generations that involves freedom and creativity that is being powered by social networking and being fought by Boomers who want to stay in control.






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Have a little free time tonight, so I’m going to repost the 2011 podcasts iTunes. I’m looking at a couple different new podcasts although recently I have been pondering Facebook, Twitter, and Personal Boundaries. In light of some of the recent NFL player tweets and the problems that has caused and pastors and other community […]






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