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The Civil Wars | Barton Hollow
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A Faith of Our Own | Jonathan Merritt
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Full of Hope for the Future of Christianity. A Review of A Faith of Our Own: Following Jesus Beyond the Culture Wars. Jonathan Merritt. Hardback: Faithwords, 2012. Buy now:  [ Amazon ]  [ Kindle ] Reviewed by Scott Elliott. One of my favorite quotes is by David Lipscomb. He once wrote, “We are satisfied that [...]
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Friday night I returned from a three-day trip to Colorado Springs for the national conference of the Evangelical Press Association (EPA). As editor in chief of Kindred Spirit, I always benefit from the fab workshops and speakers at EPA. And normally, I stay in the hotel where the conference is held, but this year the site was Focus on the Family headquarters. That means everybody had to stay off site. And since one of my former students, Lac»
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Lynn Collins and Taylor Kitsch as Dejah Thoris and John Carter Credits:  Frank Connor/Disney Movie: John Carter Starring: Taylor Kitsch, Lynn Collins and Willem Dafoe Director: Andrew Stanton Genre: Sci-fi Rating: PG-13 One of the most refreshing aspects of Disney’s new release, “John Carter,” is that it isn’t a sequel and is totally original. Hollywood has been trying for decades to make this movie, but this is the very first big scre»
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Adele won big at the 2012 Grammys With the passing of a mega music star and Grammy-winning artist just one day before this year’s awards were to be given out, there was no way the 54th Grammy Award presentation could ignore Whitney Houston’s death. L.L. Cool J, the show’s host, said it best, “There is no way around this. We’ve had a death in our family, and so at least for me, the only thing that feels right is to begin with a prayer fo»
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This post originally appeared on Dr. Roger Olson’s Blog at Patheos Some of my theological friends criticize me for holding on to my “Baptist” identity in the current theological and political context (especially the U.S.A.) where these labels have largely come to mean mean-spirited, narrow-minded, legalistic, even hypocritical religiosity and where they are virtually equated with the Religious Right, of which I am not a part. Many Baptist c»
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Straight-forward, power-packed book that meets teens right where they are and prepares them for the tough, mind-boggling days ahead. I was on a good path in my teen years, but I must say, I think I needed more grounding at that time of "why" I believe what I believe.  If I had been given a copy of the book AB4T: Answers Book for Teens: Your Questions God's Answers I believe I would have been a bit more prepared for what awaited me on m»
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Last Friday night I was driving across town to a dinner party. Alone. Melancholy was the self-indulgent vibe of choice. After all, I was nursing a few emotional challenges: My wife is literally on the other side of the globe. I’m a (temporarily) single dad of 3 living in borrowed housing. My Peyton Manning jersey is now a throwback antique. I know there are serious pressing global issues to address, but cut me some slack. I was relishing in»