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Recommended Reading: November 15-21

If you only read one article this week, engage A Time to Rend by R. R. Reno.

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Questioning Evangelism

What are your experiences with evangelism? Is it one marked by anxiety, fear, or disappointment? It sounds odd that such an amazing activity (the work of presenting the Gospel of Jesus Christ that brings hope and life) can be so negative. 958 more words


Empty Bowls and How to Fill Them

The dust seems to have settled over the last post I wrote a little over a month ago. I figured I would get some pushback on it, and I was correct in my assumption. 2,186 more words


“Grapegate,” and the general dismissal of a population

You may have seen the New York Times article that came out Tuesday, describing Thanksgiving dishes evocative of each state.  Some of them make sense based on a state’s traditional culinary dishes – Idaho was assigned “Hasselback potatoes with garlic/paprika oil” and Maine got “lobster mac and cheese.   807 more words


What's a Protestant Worldview?

I read Galina Krasskova’s latest post on Polytheist.com about Resacralizing Our World. As with anything she writes, there’s a lot to take in and think about. 424 more words


Dan Sharma’s The Illusion

I received this book courtesy of Mr. Sharma for the purpose of a fair and honest review.

Overview: Danny Joshi is a Buddhist living in a monastery. 182 more words

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Seeking participants for Sexological Worldview Development Inventory research study

Please check out this research study I’m involved in and take a few moments to participate!

Seeking Participants for Research Study

The Sexological Worldview Development Inventory (SWDI) has been developed as a way to measure a person’s response to individuals whose perspective on sexuality is different than one’s own.

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