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Mark Driscoll Controversy: A Prophet's Fate

The story on Mark Driscoll is not news. The story on Mark Driscoll is history.

He has made the decision to act as a prophet in an age that would hear no prophet. 134 more words

Mark Driscoll Controversy

Thanksgiving is our Altar to an Unknown God

It wouldn’t be a treasured holiday if someone didn’t take the time to rain on your parade. It’s my turn:

In chapter 17 of the Acts of the Apostles, Paul is in Athens and stands at the Areopagus to try and persuade an audience of pagan Greeks to become Christian by appealing to their own philosophers. 1,359 more words

Wendell Berry

Climbing Mars Hill

Acts 17: 22-31

“Men of Athens!” Paul discerned

For those distinguished minds who learned

Current views, philosophy now old

Which we call classic, then just told. 302 more words

Athens: The Unknown God Unknown Again?

In Athens I could see how a people could become immune to ideas of truth and redemption and peace, as their land was invaded century after century.  767 more words

Marc Kinna

Katakolon: Games For Idols

The Living God is so close – not far from any one of us – yet so often we choose human-invented idols and ideas. God is spirit. 648 more words

Marc Kinna

Eat+Stay+Play: 2 Days in Athens

Welcome to the first of my four-part Greek Eat+Stay+Play series – 2 Days in Athens! I’m working on guides for the islands of Mykonos, Naxos, and Santorini as well. 1,056 more words


Visiting Revelation's Churches

Revelation’s Seven Churches—I’m leading a group to visit them next April. You’ve never seen the Book of Revelation until you’ve been there—or the Book of Acts, or Paul’s and John’s and Peter’s letters. 83 more words