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Globalization consuming freedom with austerity.

These recent weeks have been interesting and alarming all at the same time. Greece has recently voted as a nation to refuse further austerity measures from the rest of the European Union. For a long time, they have spent more … Continue reading

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The Science of God

Originally posted on Trevor Nashleanas:
As a pastor living in a college town I run into skeptics, doubters and unbelievers regularly. One of the most common objections I hear about the Christian faith is in regards to science. People just…

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In His Cathedral

Originally posted on The Life Project:
The greatest of cathedrals are not made by the hands of men, but by the very hand of God Himself.  In those cathedrals, you can go to pray and to listen to the sounds…

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Don’t Believe All That You Believe

Originally posted on J.S. Park:
Occasionally I’ll binge-read atheism blogs to re-examine my faith and to remember what it was like when I was an atheist. Some of the online debates are absolutely terrible, but a rare few are…

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The # 1 way we (Christians) have failed our children

Originally posted on everyday theology:
A friend shared this on Facebook the other day: “If I sold my house and my car, had a big garage sale and gave all my money to the church, would that get me into…

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Engaging With “Unsaved” Family and Friends

Originally posted on J.S. Park:
pfahlercommakatelyn asked a question: How do you deal with your mother and other people not being saved? Do you have any hope for them? Hey dear friend, I have a ton of hope for…

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Coercion, Coffee, Conversation.

Originally posted on J.S. Park:
I saw a guy with his Bible open at Starbucks teaching theology to another guy. He was unloading all kinds of information about creation and moral laws and prophecies and pneumatology and atonement, and…

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