• Blog & Mablog | 1/4/2017 | Douglas Wilson
    “If bacon is now clean, then how could it be possible for processed cheese not to be?” (Food Catholic, p. 3). Have'em Delivered. Opt-in - Digest - Thoughts Opt-in here and you'll receive a weekly...
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  • Blog & Mablog | 1/4/2017 | Douglas Wilson
    “When the Church crosses the border between ‘outside and persecuted’ to ‘inside and influential,’ that border crossing does not mean that the devil has gone into retirement” (Empires of Dirt, p. 7).
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  • The Aquila Report | 1/5/2017 | Staff
    Many readers will recall hearing sentences like this: “I disagree with you but support your right to voice your opinion.” How quaint that now sounds! The modern social justice warrior abominates...
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  • Anxious Bench | 1/5/2017 | johnturner
    Jane Dawson begins and ends her biography of John Knox with touching, familial scenes.The first is the 1557 baptism of Knox’s son Nathaniel in Geneva. Dawson writes that “Knox was standing beneath...
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  • SBC Today | 1/5/2017 | Staff
    III. The fear of the Lord emancipates and embays life. Proverbs 19:23c reads, “. . .He will not be visited with evil.” The term “embay” means “to put in a shelter.
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  • Religion Prof: The Blog of James F. McGrath | 1/4/2017 | James F. McGrath
    I was delighted to attend an advance screening tonight of the movie Hidden Figures, and I am enthusiastically recommending it. It combines so much into one movie: it is based on real historical...
    371 views Traight
  • Brandon A. Cox | 1/4/2017 | Brandon
    I’m a Pastor, so in my line of work, I meet a lot of single moms who are doing the absolute best they can to raise their kids into godly young men and women. I see other married moms who are the...
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  • The Heidelblog | 1/4/2017 | Staff
    IV. (2) Before the fall, he had the power to love God and obey him in all things; for love supposes faith, a part of obedience. For he who is commanded by law to love God and obey him is also...
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  • slacktivist | 1/4/2017 | Fred Clark
    Yesterday we mentioned the sense of guilt and obligation that’s built into the structure of “daily devotions” or “quiet time.” That’s the guilt that comes — and is nurtured — for those who skip a...
    405 views Goobee
  • Desiring God | 1/4/2017 | Paul Maxwell
    Trauma is a certain kind of suffering — the kind that overwhelms one’s ability to cope. A whole class of wounds that cripple. A wound that buries itself deep in our consciousness.
    253 views srqlolo
  • Pop Theology | 1/4/2017 | Richard Lindsay
    Martin Scorcese’s monumental Silence is now playing in select theaters and is slated for wide release on January 13th. The story of Jesuit missionaries in 17th century Japan is based on the novel by...
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  • Juicy Ecumenism | 4/19/2016 | Jeffrey Walton
    Episcopal News Service (ENS) — the Episcopal Church’s official mouthpiece — is this week running a continuing series of articles on the renewing Episcopal Diocese of Fort Worth (TEC), the remaining...
    406 views TimHyuga
  • RevGalBlogPals | 1/4/2017 | Staff
    For quiet moments in the midst of busy hours, For being tired, Things For these things and much more. Amen. Rev - Karla - Miller - Minister - Community Rev. Karla Miller is the Minister for...
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  • A Contemplative Faith | 1/4/2017 | Carl McColman
    Here is a wonderful description of angels from the anonymous Syrian monk who is now called “Pseudo-Dionysius the Areopagite.” … a mirror, pure, bright, untarnished, unspotted, receiving, if one may...
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  • Tim Challies | 1/4/2017 | Staff
    Welcome to Final Call, a brief, hand-picked selection of news, articles, videos, and curiosities from the Internet and beyond. You may be familiar with the video service VidAngel since it has been...
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  • Roger Pearse | 1/4/2017 | Staff
    Via the H.V.Morton blog, named after the South African travel writer, I learn of a novel thing. How many of us have old hardbacks, bought second-hand, where the dust jackets have long since gone?...
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  • Christian Crier | 1/4/2017 | Jack Wellman
    How can you find God’s will for your life? We don’t have to see God’s will for your life as a mystery to be solved because the Scriptures clearly teach that God’s will is knowable and is doable.
    183 views DebraS
  • Catholic and Enjoying It! | 1/4/2017 | Mark Shea
    “The second commandment of the teaching: You shall not murder. You shall not commit adultery. You shall not seduce boys. You shall not commit fornication. You shall not steal.
    450 views Mandyixus
  • Blog & Mablog | 1/4/2017 | Douglas Wilson
    Cultural shifts are accomplished, or prevented, by various policing actions. I am not here referring to the cops, although they are sometimes part of it. But I am referring to the rigorous...
    163 views maye
  • Christian Crier | 1/4/2017 | Jack Wellman
    How could you possibly find out if you are being called to be a missionary? Already on Mission? Missionary - God - Mission - Community - Work One missionary was asked, “How do I know if God is...
    256 views vegdancer18
  • Adam McLane | 1/4/2017 | Staff
    I’ve got pretty good instincts for making decisions. Think about it. We all do. We make hundreds of decisions each day as we navigate our daily life and the vast majority of them turn out just fine.
    332 views Mkgirlz
  • Greg Boyd - ReKnew | 1/4/2017 | Staff
    If all our knowledge about God is to be oriented around the cross, as I argue in many places (see this post for instance), what does this mean for how we reflect on God’s transcendence? In other...
    467 views stefania

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