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Pluralism Doesn’t Mean Relativism

In fact, it can help us confidently pursue common existence amid our deeply held differences. ...

One Thousand Years of Easter Music

I recently have quoted St Augustine, from more than 1500 years ago, to the effect that “He who sings, prays twice.” ...

At Lent: Sin, evil and us

To believe that God acted in Jesus to redeem us is the great hope and gamble of Christian faith. ... Full story

A Safe Place for Sinners: How the Church Responds to Failure

In the last week of February, the baseball world was saddened by the news that superstar Josh Hamilton of the Los Angeles Angels had suffered a relapse of his drug and alcohol problems. ... Full story


When Sinful Desires War Against Your Soul

Everyone is a stranger in one of two ways. You are either a stranger to God, or a "stranger in the world." But you can't be both. ... Full story

3 Ways Christians Will Address Cultural Issues in the Coming Years

The way we engage culture as Christ followers matters. It matters a lot. ... Full story

You're not too holy to give stuff up for lent

A popular trend in recent years has been to do something positive for Lent rather than to give something up. ... Full story

The Most Ignored Commandment

It's one of the Bible's most well-known commandments. So why aren't we following it? ... Full story

How God Becomes Everything When You Have Nothing

Before the Lord God made man upon the earth He first prepared for him a world of useful and pleasant things for his sustenance and delight. ... Full story

How big is your Jesus?

Recently my seminary alma mater, Duke University, generated controversy by announcing that they would let their Muslim student organization use the Duke Chapel tower to call Muslims to prayer on Friday, their day of worship. ... Full story

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