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  • Location: Dallas, TX

About Denison Forum on Truth and Culture:

The Denison Forum on Truth and Culture (DFTC) (www.denisonforum.org) exists to engage contemporary culture with biblical truth. As a catalyst for moral and spiritual renewal, DFTC is joining God in building a global movement of culture-changing Christians.

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Spencer West: The Man Who Climbed Kilimanjaro On His Hands
The Man Who Climbed Kilimanjaro On His H»
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"The Artist" wins best picture
Dr. Jim Denison on "The Artist"»
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At first glance, the title of this website, FaithVillage.com, could lead you to a false identity of what it is about. Jesus told believers to be “in the world” not “of the world.” Some Christians have taken that directive as permission to create their own world where one would only listen to Christian music, only read Christian books, share community with only Christians, etc. Faith Village is not that world. However, it IS a nice place t»
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In college I served at a country church in East Texas of about 20 people.  In one conversation with the music minister, he exclaimed: "Theology?  Who needs theology?  If you want theology, go outside and look at a flower."  I never have forgotten that statement.  Not because it rings of some profound truth, but because I never completely understood what he was trying to say.  For my reformed friends, I highly doubt he was referring to your»
Blog Entry | Christian Living >
In college I served at a country church in East Texas of about 20 people.  In one conversation with the music minister, he exclaimed: "Theology?  Who needs theology?  If you want theology, go outside and look at a flower."  I never have forgotten that statement.  Not because it rings of some profound truth, but because I never completely understood what he was trying to say.  For my reformed friends, I highly doubt he was referring to your»