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The Bruised Generation

Cary Schmidt wrote a wonderful piece about what many younger people have experienced within conservative Christianity: But this young man’s experiences were the polar opposite. In his approximate 30 years of life, he has…

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Wrong when we think we are right

I told you that you should be reading Jake at gospelinchina.com all the time if you are interested in clear, Biblical thinking on missions. Well, here's another great post not so much on missions,…

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Something's missing

David Murray has put together a great list of reasons to study your Old Testament. Often times in our Bible study, we miss the forest for the trees. We focus so much on the immediate…

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40 maps that explain the world

Just one of many interesting/convicting maps Phil Bassham, a friend of mine in Thailand, tweeted a link a few days ago to a fascinating article on the Washington Post. It has 40 maps that…

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What I want to be or what I am?

Gender is becoming the watershed issue of our time. We are bending the very concepts of reality to create a "brave new world." According to the prevailing (and growing) logic, you are a male or…

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Moral Quagmire

While we were traveling to the Midwest on Friday, I decided to listen to BBC 4 as I can stream it from Birmingham, England straight to my phone. I have found that listening to European…

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