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Just an FYI – you  have a shot at a free book just by leaving a comment on my review at Patheos of  Embracing Obscurity: Becoming Nothing in Light of God’s Everything by Anonymous. Click here read it and to share your thoughts. And speaking of free books, my new e-book Finding the Curve: The Secret to Explosive Personal Growth is due out soon! It’ll be yours free as a subscriber to this blog. Because I like you. And I’m glad you’re»
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See Why I Don’t Like to Pray. Maybe,if you’re honest, you might feel the same way sometimes?
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50 Shades of Evangelicalism
At the 2012 Religion Newswriters Associa»
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Patheos posted this article a few months ago.  I’m including it here for your view pleasure! The word “heretic” is often thrown around today to denounce someone for espousing an idea deemed “unbiblical” or “unorthodox” or “contrary to the teachings of the church.”  It carries a negative connotation, often meant to cast a poor soul
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At the cross, an innocent man was brutally tortured and executed. Who is to blame?  Was it Satan? The Father? Humanity?  And why? My post this week @patheos delves into these questions: The Cross: The Views of Calvin, Arminius, and Aslan Described Somewhat Snarkily   photo credit: josef.stuefer via photopin cc  
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Patheos is publishing a series I’ve written on the Cross. In particular, I discuss how the cross represents the place where love and evil collide, and the question of “why” is left hanging. A new article will appear each Friday, with the final one appearing on Good Friday. I hope they will be a helpful
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Apologies for the essay-like title, but I am writing this post in response to Adrian Warnock’s posts on Patheos (“A conversation about faith and mental illness” and “How has faith shaped our view of mental illness?”) He asks a question, in the light of the publishing of Amy Simpson’s book Troubled Minds and the suicide of []
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Earlier this week Deborah Arca, a managing editor at, interviewed Toolbox Studios' creative director Paul Soupiset about his process for creating the richly detailed illustrations for... Please visit our blog for the full post.
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Today, I am thrilled to be guest posting for Bill Blankschaen on his blog Faith Walkers at Patheos. I would love for you join me there today! “As artists and humans, we have to learn to color inside the line that is imperfect, messy or even a mistake. Nothing in your life will ever be just right. There will always be pressures and conflicts, making errant smudges and splatters on your life. Living a “good” life is not about living a “per»
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This is a guest post by Bill Blankschaen. Bill Blankschaen is a proven non-profit leader, writer, speaker, and ministry consultant who equips Christians to think, live, and lead with abundant faith. He blogs at FaithWalkers at Patheos and can be found on Twitter and Facebook. Silence is not always golden. Ministry leaders especially know how easily people can be offended even when they don’t say anything at all. Often it’s more Spirit-led art»