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Reflecting on a pain-pleasure worldview

One of the best things I’ve read so far this year is David Williams on the pain-pleasure worldview that he sees western culture moving to, shedding the innocence-guilt worldview of yesteryear. 425 more words

Ministry

The Duality of Christianity

A Brief Summation of a Facebook Debate on the Duality of the Christian God 

by Bernice

Yesterday was just like any other day. I was scrolling through my Facebook feed, liking memes, and laughing at nonsensical videos. 1,166 more words

Philosophy

Recommended Reading: May 12

If you read one article this week, engage Evangelical Gnosticism by Abigail Rine Favale

For those of you with additional reading time this fine Spring day, check out the following selections, gathered from around the interwebs. 119 more words

Theology

An Apology to all the Single Ladies

Dear single ladies (and I guess single gentlemen),

On behalf of all self-righteous, married Christians everywhere I apologise for making you feel like less of a person. 546 more words

Parenting

Why I Believe the Earth Is Round

by 罗子禾

The first time I heard about a theory of the shape of earth, I was in elementary school. I saw this children’s history program, which said that, centuries ago, people (in China) believed the earth was flat and square-shaped like a chessboard, and the sky was an umbrella, which was connected to earth by a pillar at the center of the world. 917 more words

Philosophy

Both Sides of Every Story

As quotable as C.S. Lewis is, my favorite quote of his has to be the following:

I believe in Christianity as I believe that the sun has risen: not only because I see it, but because by it I see everything else.

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Apologetics

Recommended Reading: April 28

If you read one article this week, engage Why “The Prince of Egypt” is the Bible Movie Viewers Deserve.

For those of you with additional reading time this fine spring day, check out the following selections. 149 more words

Theology