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Some Missional Tweets for Your Weekend

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Lift up Christ when asked. Live Christ so people ask.

— Leonard Sweet (@lensweet) October 13, 2014

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Scripture makes no differentiation btwn sacred & secular in activities.

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Book Review: The Truth About God

Stanley M. Hauerwas and William H. Willimon, The Truth about God: The Ten Commandments in Christian Life, Nashville: Abingdon Press, 1999, 144 pp.

This is the first in a series of four books about the Ten Commandments, which I purchased and read simultaneously, week by week, while I was preaching a sermon series on that topic. 813 more words

Book Review

You care more about your doctor than who is your

“Now, what accounts for that difference that medical schools are so much more impressive in the moral formation of their students than divinity schools? I think it’s just very simple. 74 more words

Ministry

Some hope of truth

Christian Century has published a number of responses to the 25th anniversary of the publication of Resident Aliens by Stanley Hauerwas and Will Willimon. I skimmed a couple of the responses, but what I found most interesting was Hauerwas and Willimon’s… 158 more words

Christian Life

One more reason to read the endnotes

I think I often do my best writing in footnotes and endnotes. In a footnote there is less of the feeling that the words are graven in stone, and there’s something very freeing about that. 94 more words

Good Quotes

Toing and froing

Stanley Hauerwas is something of a provocateur, and he begins his latest collection of sermons, Without Apology, with an introduction that has some intriguing things to say about the art of preaching. 288 more words