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Recommended Readings: March 25

If you read one article this week, look at How a Small, Country Congregation Became a Megachurch Overnight by Chad Bird.

For those of you with additional reading time this weekend, check out the following selections, gathered from the blogging world these past two weeks. 167 more words

Theology

The Pursuit for Truth

Due to an outbreak of fake news, news, political and social media sites are hiring fact checkers to decipher truth from fiction.  However, if one worldview does not belief in absolute truth, distinguishing opinions from reality becomes challenging.  214 more words

Truth

Exploring Worldviews - Wikiversity course

This online course will challenge our deeply embedded assumptions. Each of us holds a set of basic assumptions about how the world works. For example, is it more likely that: 183 more words

Democracy

Recommended Reading: March 11

If you read one article this week, look at Pro-Life, Pro-Truth by Alexi Sargeant.

For those of you with additional reading time this weekend, check out the following suggestions, gathered from around the blogging world. 162 more words

Theology

World Religions: Are they all true?

I had the opportunity to speak to a group of students on the topic of world religions this past Friday. I wanted them to have an understanding of objective truth, how to respond to relativism/religious pluralism, and then be able to ask questions to distinguish between religious claims. 53 more words

Christianity

Are People Apathetic About Sustainability?

A fellow student contacted me with an interesting question. We go to Calvin College in Grand Rapids, Michigan and while our campus advertises being environmentally sustainable in many ways, the more you get into the issues you realize that we could be doing much more. 1,010 more words