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How did Martin Luther write 95 of these things?!

Heya,

I’ve been MIA, and I apologize. I would say it’s not going to happen again but, let’s be real, it’s going to happen again. 561 more words

Ramble Ramble

All About the Pronunciation

This past Sunday, we attended church and continued our search for the right congregation. We have been to several places. Some of them we liked. Some of them we did not like. 424 more words

History

Dangerous Cliques: The Good Ol' Boys Club

A friend posted something I wrote several years ago dealing with dangerous cliques in the church. The first installment was about the Domineering Old Lady Club. 983 more words

The Gospel

The 95 Theses of keeping your faith in the Knicks' rebuild

In case you have a life, you may not have noticed the Knicks have 4 wins and 18 losses, including their last eight. The fallout’s been predictable: fans are questioning rookie coach Derek Fisher and rookie president/guru Phil Jackson. 52 more words

New York Knicks

The 95 Theses of Keeping your Faith in the Knicks' rebuild

In case you have a life, you may not have noticed the Knicks have 4 wins and 18 losses, including their last eight. The fallout’s been predictable: fans are questioning rookie coach Derek Fisher and rookie president/guru Phil Jackson. 52 more words

New York Knicks

Reviews of My Book

My book has been reviewed in at least five places now.

1.  Stone-Campbell Journal (Spring 2009).

2.  Scot McKnight’s blog.

3.  Jeff Miller @ Emmanuel Christian Seminary… 17 more words

Gender

Lisa Womble reblogged this on Pull Up a Chair and commented:

Book reviews and a link to a chapter excerpt from my husband's book 95 Theses Which Dispute the Church's Conviction Against Women. This book is a thorough work on the subject, including exegesis of key passages, theological framework for discussion, as well as more pragmatic implications. Scot McKnight calls it "a book that cannot be ignored."

Sarah Heath: You Go GRRL!

We are so proud of Sarah Heath.

We are proud of and endlessly grateful for the friend we call “Mini Rev” all the time, really, but particularly so today. 138 more words

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