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Consider others...

I read this quote today: “This election was a referendum on the echo chamber, and the echo chamber won. We can choose now to retreat once again into those echo chambers or begin to listen more attentively to one another—to love our neighbors by learning about them and their needs and perspectives whether black, white, Asian, or Latino/a; whether Christian, Muslim, or none; whether upper, middle, or working class; whether voter or one of the nearly half of eligible voters that sat out this election. 527 more words

The Church

Identity Crisis? Faith Shift(s) & Amorphous Affiliations - Part Two: Bill Johnson, Donald Trump & Evangelical Reckoning

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This is the second post in a series wherein I attempt to explore and articulate the nature of my own evolving Christian faith. 3,750 more words

Jesus

How to Achieve Racial Solidarity -- Apply Ben Franklin's Racism

When Thabiti Anyabwile complains about white evangelicals voting for Donald Trump, he should remember that Ben Franklin defined racial solidarity differently than the Washington DC pastor does. 124 more words

Novus Ordo Seclorum

"Do Muslims and Christians Worship the same God?"

In an article for the Zwemer Center for Muslim Studies Dr. Jerry Rankin writes concerning the question “Do Muslims and Christians Worship the same God?” 935 more words

Missiology

Being a member of a local body is biblical

Although I changed his title this article is important because it reminds us that being an active part of a church family is important and biblical. 771 more words

Community

My Current Reading List

I have the habit of reading several books at once. I don’t know if this is good for me or not. On the positive side, it keeps me thinking about a wide variety of topics all at the same time. 934 more words

Faith And Practice

Review: What Is a Healthy Church Member?

Thabiti M. Anyabwile. What Is a Healthy Church Member?  Wheaton, IL: Crossway, June 9th, 2008.  127 pp.

Over the last few years I’ve read this book different times with others in different context ranging from our church’s small groups and also one on one.   262 more words

Christianity