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January 22, 2019

When Silence Speaks

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Among many Christians today I repeatedly hear how Jesus didn’t concern himself with sexual matters. Gene Robinson, for instance, the first ordained open and practicing same-sex bishop in the Episcopal Church, once asked this question, “What does...

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December 17, 2018

Dethroning Herod

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Before the Prince of Peace could even walk or talk, he was a homeless refugee with a price on his head. Jesus’ birth was anything but a postcard image. This child was a threat. The tiny town of Bethlehem was not just the inauspicious place where...

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October 8, 2018

Christians Don’t Fit into the Political System. Period.

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Rev. Timothy Keller’s recent Op-ed in the New York Times, “How Do Christians Fit Into the Two-Party System? They Don’t,” has gotten me thinking. It’s insightful, to the point, gracious, and thought-provoking, but, and I say this with deep respect...

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August 30, 2018

Simply Jesus: Is That Enough?

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Dorothy Sayers observed that those who encountered Jesus first-hand “thought him too dynamic to be safe. It has been left for later generations to muffle up that shattering personality and surround him with an atmosphere of tedium. We have very...

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