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Road to ‘Calvary’ Filled with Gospel Imagery

Aug 22, 2014 | Samuel James

'Calvary' tells the story of a man trying to stand tall while the tide of his life washes out further and further from God. Read More

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Newest Venture of a Seasoned Entrepreneur

Aug 21, 2014 | Bethany Jenkins

I can work in freedom because I know my work is not the source of my identity, but an expression of it. Read More

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Popcultured

Aug 18, 2014 | Graham Shearer

Unless we know how our theology applies to the myriad of popular cultural expressions so ubiquitous in modern life, we cannot claim to really understand it. Read More

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The Problem with Christian Films

Aug 18, 2014 | Andrew Barber

As long as Christian films are motivated by a desire to trap people into hearing a gospel presentation, or as a consolation for losing the culture war, they should not make the final cut. Read More

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Five Principles of the New Sexual Morality

Aug 15, 2014 | Alastair Roberts

Armed with a firmer grasp of this new morality, we will be better able both to interpret and also to predict its movements. Read More

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Wonder Is Not Just for an Artistic Elite

Aug 12, 2014 | Bruce Herman

Has 'creativity' fallen prey to overuse? Is there a substitute word that can refresh our vision and help us re-capture our sense of the image of God within us? Read More

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Aborting in the Name of Jesus

Aug 08, 2014 | Russell Moore

Dr. Parker aborts unborn children because Jesus wants him to. Or so he says. Read More

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An Anxious Age

Aug 06, 2014 | Matt McCullough

The decline of mainline Protestantism is a powerful cautionary tale. If we redefine the gospel in the name of cultural relevance, we’ll end up irrelevant anyway. Read More

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How World War I Became a Religious Crusade

Aug 05, 2014 | Collin Hansen

Philip Jenkins discusses the religious dimensions to the worst war the world had ever seen, the opening act to a gory century in which Christianity receded in Europe but exploded in the Global South. Read More

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They Know Not What They Do

Aug 01, 2014 | Greg Forster

The open persecution of explicitly anti-Christian tyrants, while harder to endure, is easier to understand than the more complex attacks on the church in America today. Read More