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Biblical Defense of Icons

By: Jay Dyer

The standard charge of classical Protestantism is that the Orthodoxy is “idolatrous” because of the tradition  of reverencing icons, images, relics and shrines.  2,036 more words

Essays

Location Location Location

You don’t write a story based on a location, or do you?

I’ll never forget the day I was having bagels with two friends, one a producer and one a director, and talking about story ideas. 324 more words

History, Empathy, and Race in America

At the Anxious Bench, historian Kristin Du Mez (who did her undergraduate work down the road a short way from here) cogently discusses a case of how history fosters empathy, and why Christians in America need more of both. 7 more words

History

Led by the Spirit?

A friend of mine once embarked on a missions trip to Honduras with a few church members to perform building repairs on a local church. He told me a sad story about one of the men he worked with on his missionary team. 1,766 more words

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