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Answers to a Prayer (I didn't know I was praying)

Last Fall, I received a gift comprising several gifts: I attended the Pray. Reach. Challenge. conference at Southeast Christian Church in Louisville. I went with my dear friend… 2,033 more words

Rachel's Thoughts

Penal Substitutionary Atonement: Comments & Cautions

Over the next few months I have set myself the task of reading up on, wrestling with and researching further the theological subjects of the Atonement (including the various theories) and Justification (including the various perspectives). 1,215 more words

Theology

Some Missional Tweets for Your Weekend

Justice will not be served until those who are unaffected are as outraged as those who are. (Benjamin Franklin)

— A.J. Swoboda (@mrajswoboda) September 17, 2014…

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Checkmate

Yesterday I finished listening to a debate between Brian Zahnd and Michael Brown (you can watch it at www.ihopkc.org/resources/asset/2014_09_13_1400_EVENT_FCF/auto/true/) on the subject of the atonement.   811 more words

Pastor Brian Zahnd's "Monster God" (or, Jesus died for... some reason... maybe)

Believe it or not, there are people who call themselves Christians who don’t believe in the essential doctrine of Christianity– that Jesus died for the sins of the world.  970 more words

Zahnd V. Brown: Who's the Monster?

This past Saturday afternoon, The International House of Prayer hosted a debate between St. Joseph pastor and author Brian Zahnd and radio talk show host (The Line of Fire) and Fire School of Ministry president Michael Brown. 2,182 more words

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Brian Zahnd's Response to a Sickening Islamaphobic post by Christian Leader

I’ve only recently begun investigating Brian Zahnd’s thought and writings and he is offering a different often refreshing voice on many things Christian or not. On Twitter over the past two days he has gone mental at the nature of a post placed upon the website of an organisation he has partnered with regarding Muslims in America and how the church should deal with them. 466 more words