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Check out these new books by , , and Ana Johns
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@billyoorbeek 6h
According to the New Testament, Jesus wants followers, not admirers. Since he is both the truth and the way, to know him you have to commit yourself to him.
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John Thomas 5h
does a great job covering this important case it’s been interesting seeing the court go from establishment clause to free exercise clause.
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Unusual biblical names are on the rise although we have yet to see kids named Abijam, Paltiel, Philetus, or Berechiah. Even notably faithful biblical figures like Ehud, Elkanah, Habakkuk, Hilkiah, and Jehonadab have been passed over
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Malcolm Yarnell 7h
Is theology merely cerebral? Or is it about following Jesus? “Kierkegaard’s fight was not with Christian doctrine per se but with the misuse of doctrine to support an intellectualized Christianity that evades the demands of discipleship.” ⁦
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Heather Day Gilbert 7h
I enjoyed reading these 2019 novels!
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Are those of us who teach Christian theology are more comfortable helping students understand theological ideas than helping them see the difference they make for life?
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We asked novelist to recommend some of her favorite new books
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Life Center Online 12h
YES! The world is changing, and Harry and Meghan/s audacious move reflects a bigger picture of what's going on in the culture. I like the take of this report!
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Dean Van Farowe 12h
"According to the New Testament, Jesus wants followers, not admirers." (David Nader) Theologians: Don’t Lose Sight of Theology’s Most Basic Task via
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David Taylor 12h
I can attest to this in the lives of many close friends: "Ryrie identifies two driving emotions on the road to modern unbelief: anger and anxiety. Both start with a mood and only later blossom into a manifesto." It is about despair and being ticked off.
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Elizabeth Spillman 11h
This is from last year, but there is so much good stuff in it and week is a good time to re-up it.
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Gordon Vaughan 10h
"Ultimately, McGrath believes that Christianity has a bigger picture of the world than Einstein can offer, which allows him to set Christian faith in conversation with the natural sciences more generally."
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Sandra Peoples 11h
This headline caught my attention because my boys are named James and David! Thought CT's marketing was getting a little too specific. 😆
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How Silas and Obadiah replaced James and David as hip Bible baby names
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"It is not possible to teach the Christian faith seriously, responsibly, or professionally without attempting to clarify what Christianity is"
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Matt Erickson 13h
I'd like to take some credit for these names through my steady preaching of the Hebrew Bible, but please don't name your children after Hosea's kids // "Sorry, James and David: Silas and Obadiah Are Today’s Trending Bible Names" via
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Christianity Today 14h
For all of those who have named their babies Asher, Silas, Hezekiah, or Ezra—or judged people who do!
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Dave Rodriguez 17h
As if I needed another reason to root for these guys!New meaning to YNWA! Soccer Champ Baptized by Christian Teammate...... | News & Reporting | Christianity Today
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SAM KESTENBAUM 17h
“Just as more Americans are becoming religiously unaffiliated (‘nones’), there’s another major shift happening... More people today say they are ‘born again’ than at any point in the past three decades.“
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