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Bad Theology Kills: How We Justify Killing Arabs

By Jesse Wheeler

Bad theology kills.

For many, the subject of “theology” invokes the image of old white men with impressive beards and antiquated ideas sitting in ivory seminary towers writing really big books that nobody reads. 1,311 more words

Sojourners attacks World Vision

False teacher Jim “the Gospel is all about wealth redistribution” Wallis‘ organization attacked World Vision for going back to the biblical definition of marriage.  291 more words

False Teacher

Don't Blame The Central African Republic Conflict On Religion

Recently, I was invited to attend a dinner for a delegation of religious leaders from Central African Republic (CAR). Seated at the table were Catholic, evangelical, and Muslim leaders, as well as those leading the relief and advocacy efforts in CAR. 734 more words

The Tribes of Rob Bell, Mark Driscoll, John Piper...and Jesus

Christianity consists of thousands of tribes, cliques, and communities — each with different theologies, traditions, and doctrinal beliefs. Within a Westernized society obsessed with celebrity, entertainment, popularity, conflict, and money, it can be easy for Christian groups and communities to clash with each other. 930 more words

Los Angeles Religious Education Congress

CARFLEO had a presence at this year’s Los Angeles Religious Education Congress. New executive member Michael Way-Skinner and his wife, Christine had two successful presentations. 242 more words

Professional Development

Book Review: On God's Side

On God’s Side: What Religion Forgets and Politics Hasn’t Learned about Serving the Common Good by Jim Wallis, Brazos Press, 2013, 303 pp.

I’ll confess this up front: I have a whole bunch of mixed feelings about Jim Wallis and… 822 more words

Book Review

I am continually reminded that we are a Christian country.

 Be on the look out for the follow letter; it has been sent to newspapers around the district.

I recently called Tom Reed’s Washington office to seek his rational for his vote and support in cutting the funding of the SNAP program in the farm bill of $8 billion dollars over ten years.

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