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Monthly Archive for May, 2012

Rachel Held Evans | “All right, then, I’ll go to hell”. Well, once again leave it to Rachel Held Evans to offer some moving insights into the ongoing cultural and theological within the church regarding homosexuality. Denominnations, mainline and otherwise are continue to take the reality of homosexuality and turn it into a generational turf […]






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Letter to a 12-Year-Old Girl About the Eternal Destiny of Those Who Have Not Heard the Gospel – Desiring God. Letter From John Piper to a 12-Year-Old Girl About the Eternal Destiny of Those Who Have Not Heard the Gospel Sorry, kid, they’re gonna burn. Nothing like kindly, TV evangelist, John Piper, telling a 12 year […]






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Jonathan Martin: Pastor of Renovatus Church in Charlotte NC – On Mitt Romney, Liberty University and civil religion.. This rather insightful reflection on civil religion popped up on my Twitter feed. I have to admit, I really don’t use twitter like it was intended – for communication and bumper sticker wisdom. For me, its a […]






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Rachel Held Evans | How to win a culture war and lose a generation. Once again my friend, Rachel Held Evans, nails it. I remember reading about “The Lost Generation” of the 1920s and we have created our own lost generation in the church in the name of pure doctrine and social justice. I think […]






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it’s all one thing: Stephen Fry on being offended, plus Penn & Teller. Great blog post with a couple of video clips on one of the great banes and logical fallacies of American culture – the statement “I am offended by that.” This Stephen Fry quote and poster has gone viral and I think that […]






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Thinking can undermine religious faith, study finds – latimes.com. Scientists have revealed one of the reasons why some folks are less religious than others: They think more analytically, rather than going with their gut. And thinking analytically can cause religious belief to wane — for skeptics and true believers alike. No surprise here. People are […]






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