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The Benedict Option comes to Southern Seminary

I have been looking forward to reading Rod Dreher’s The Benedict Option for almost a year now. ¬†Though the book is set to come out in March, Rod laid out a large part of the book in several talks given at the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary this week. ¬† 134 more words

Rod Dreher

Pokemon Go[d].

Pokemon Go has taken over. It’s all over the news and within a span of weeks has been the source of so much discussion (both good and bad). 744 more words

Christian Living

Culture and Christianity (Christianity on homosexuality)

I am always so upset when I hear the media or people in society, or even some christians talk about christianity, because they often seem to miss what it really means to be a Christian. 805 more words

Culture And Christianity

I Am ... Was ... Speechless

For the first time in a long time, I am speechless. I have been for awhile, that’s why I haven’t written anything here since March 29th. 1,325 more words

Culture

Should Christian Leaders Be Made To Perform Same-Sex Weddings?

Since the wave of marriage equality first began to sweep the globe, many Christian leaders have expressed concern over what this might mean for them. Many worry that the state (whichever state or nation they hail from) may impose upon them a legal obligation to perform same-sex weddings against their convictions. 709 more words

Culture

Who Is Declaring This "War On Gender?"

What’s with this trend on the right of fighting against the wars we’re supposedly waging on the left? Every year, the viewers of Fox News are treated to Bill O’Reilly’s insane antics over his made up “war on Christmas.” Those of us who want equal protection under the law are constantly accused of waging a “war on religious freedom.” Now, in the midst of the raging debate over Trans people using the washroom, a bunch of very vocal people are fear-mongering over a supposed “war on gender.” A war on gender? 861 more words

Culture

Why Two?

The question has been asked, and it’s time it was answered. A select few mainstream evangelicals are posing this question, and although responses have been attempted, none have yet proved sufficient. 799 more words

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