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It is beyond dispute that the prosperity gospel has swept over the world to such a degree that a significant portion of those who call ..read more
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It can’t be easy to be a teen girl. Though I suppose there has probably never been a context in which coming of age was free from all ..read more
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While the gospel remains fixed and unchanging, every generation is different from the one before. While God’s Word is always true and ..read more
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It’s sometimes amazing to consider how quickly societal mores change, how quickly an idea can go from unthinkable to acceptable, from ..read more
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It’s not like we’re hurting for books about a Christian understanding of work. In fact, the past few years have seen nothing short ..read more
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I’ve seen churches where the pastor has been treated terribly—a slave forced to cede to the congregation’s every whim. I’ve seen ..read more
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We’ve all heard the witticisms about death and taxes as the world’s only inevitabilities and about humanity’s mortality rate ..read more
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Over the past few decades, evangelical churches have been shaped and reshaped by the church growth movement. This movement held out a ..read more
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I write this review of Tim Keesee’s new book A Company of Heroes at the end of a year-long journey around the world. Twelve times in the ..read more
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Have you ever wondered why books often have a foreword? Why would one author ask another to write a little mini-chapter at the front of ..read more

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