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Mike Cosper
Director of Harbor Media. Writer. Podcaster. Married to Follow my work at
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Mike Cosper 8h
Replying to @rwnicholson_
It's a really fun book. Especially if you have any love for Kant.
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Mike Cosper 9h
This is a great book and a great idea.
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Belz 12h
Weary of hearing Christians speak out against “pluralism.” Indicates they don’t know what it is or that Christian belief gave birth to it.
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Mike Cosper Apr 21
Congrats Jackie. Can't wait.
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Mike Cosper Apr 21
Replying to @DZRishmawy
Dude they all have one.
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cнυcĸ degroaт Apr 21
Replying to @MikeCosper
Often, I have a student or a client or someone else come to me and say “did you tweet that about me?“ I say “ Believe it or not, I have a lot of people in my life... not just you. Now tell me – why do you think it was about you?“ ;)
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Mike Cosper Apr 20
Replying to @briankoppelman
Woof. That sucks man. I'm sorry.
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Mike Cosper Apr 20
Replying to @aaronbelz
It depends. Where did he stand on the Elvis thing?
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Mike Cosper Apr 20
Replying to @MichaelRWear
DUDE.
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Mike Cosper Apr 20
Replying to @MikeCosper
Sorry folks. This was just to entertain myself.
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Mike Cosper Apr 20
Your so [narcissistic] you probably thought this tweet was about you.
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Mike Cosper Apr 20
They're here! Coming to booksellers May 8th!
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Mike Cosper Apr 20
Replying to @JoshuaHeavin
Strong man: a leader who rules by the exercise of threats, force, or violence.
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BBC Radio 4 Today Apr 20
"I am ashamed." Former Chief Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks says too many good people seem to be doing nothing to combat anti-Semitism.
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Boz Tchividjian Apr 19
“One of the greatest ironies of the history of Christianity is that its leaders constantly gave in to the temptation of power even though they continued to speak in the name of Jesus, who did not cling to His divine power but emptied himself and became as we are.” H. Nouwen
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Mike Cosper Apr 20
Learning from failure means repentance, and reconciliation with those you wounded. Anything less is narcissistic performance.
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Mike Cosper Apr 19
Replying to @KatelynBeaty
FINE. I'LL CLOSED TOE IT FOREVER.
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Mike Cosper Apr 19
I'm here for this sentiment.
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Mike Cosper Apr 19
Replying to @briankoppelman
The emotions were definitely complex.
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Mike Cosper Apr 19
That was a Fredo kiss, right ?
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