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Truth Is Inherently Controversial

What should the Christian expect when we are called to speak truth? An inevitable reality is that Christians will always

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Run From Technological Slavery

Technological gain and advancement are good. We no longer have to carry an atlas on every unknown road trip to

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Love Wins, But Not At the Expense of Truth

Today the Supreme Court redefined marriage.  That’s what the news says anyway.  For those who believe in a sovereign Lord

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Amusing Ourselves to Death

In the mid-twentieth century, two authors wrote dystopian visions of how civilization might come to be ruled by tyranny, but

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The Most Offensive Verse in the Bible

Below is a post by Dan Phillips from the Pyromaniacs blog about how he’d respond to a questioner probing him

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“Spiritual, But Not Religious”

In his recent book, Bad Religion:  How We Became a Nation of Heretics, Ross Douthat exposes the spiritual roots of

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The Juvenilization of American Christianity

In his new book, The Juvenilization of American Christianity, religious historian Thomas Bergler traces how over the past 75 years

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A World Without Jobs

Steve Jobs, the Thomas Edison of my day, has died.  I pray that Jobs reached out to the Savior before

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The Clarion Call to Watered Down Evangelicalism

Asbury Theological Seminary President, Timothy Tennent, gave the following address at their September Convocation at Asbury this month.  This is

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The Cult of Youth

The following is from Dr. John Mark Reynolds’ blog a few years ago. I thought it was an excellent commentary