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A Question on Guilt

I was listening to a David Crowder Band song the other day.  The song is about forgiveness offered to us through God’s grace.  The song is called  713 more words

Worldviews

Recommended Reading: December 3

If you read one article this week, engage C.S. Lewis and the Art of Disagreement by Michael Ward.

Have additional reading time this fine December day? 181 more words

Theology

Johanna Oksala-Femme Fatale of Neoliberalism

Since humans invented our civilization, the desperate struggle for power has been going on. Many different divisions and alliances were made, along the kinship lines, tribal, national, racial, religious and recently- class lines. 633 more words

Worldviews

Recommended Reading: November 26

If you read one article this Thanksgiving weekend, engage How Going Local Will Help Millennials Get Over the 2016 Election by John Ehrett.

For those of you with additional reading time, check out the following selections, gathered (as always) from around the blogging world. 144 more words

Theology

Recommended Reading: November 19

If you read one article this week, look at A God Big Enough to Heal All Creation by Kevin Maney.

For those of you with additional reading time this mid-November (mid-November?!?) day, check out the following selections, gathered from around the blogging world. 130 more words

Theology

Right spaces for humans

As many of you know, since begin November I am trying to create my own thing called “Petervan Productions”.

The scaffolding is already in the works for many years, and I am still hesitating whether I will once publish the 100+ page reflections on the intentions of all this, what I think this enables, and then working down the tactics such as outcomes and deliverables. 312 more words

Leading By Being

A Christian’s asks: Is Atheism Illogical and Contradictory?

Atheists define their worldview as:

○ not believing in a god or gods in any form (no deities allowed)

○ believing there is no evidence for gods and no reason to believe in any… 583 more words

Christian Apologetics