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Monthly Archive for January, 2014

The Church’s Frightful Kodak Moment | Holy Soup. Today Sunday worship was cancelled because of a snow storm and my wife got the idea that some house cleaning would be in order. In cleaning out a drawer, I found this – a roll of Kodak film. I don’t own a film camera anymore, haven’t for […]






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Why Christians have lost the argument for faith before it started. | The Millennial Pastor. I think this is one of the best summations of why modern day evangelicalism is faltering. Our desire to obligate people to faith is a desire to preserve Empire, but Christians, the Body of Christ, cannot be about Empire anymore. […]






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How I Rediscovered Faith | RELEVANT Magazine. Malcom Gladwell is one of the most fascinating writers and social observers that I read. This is a great reflection on how his journey has led him back to faith. His books Tipping Point and David and Goliath are excellent and I highly recommend them.






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5 Must-Reads on Religion and Social Media | (A)theologies | Religion Dispatches. In recent centuries the Church seems to be behind the curve from the rest of the world. Like Wired Jesus, back in 2006 it was a top 25 religious podcast world wide, now not even a blip on the radar and fluttering in […]






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What If the 21st Century Begins in 2014? – Bloomberg. Brin has some interesting thoughts and it would be nice to think that 2014 could be a significant turning point where we stop acting like its still the 20th Century.






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