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Is God Calling You to Go Home?

I got out. That’s how it felt looking back at my rural hometown after I moved to Texas and then California. It was a weird way of thinking, because growing up I never imagined leaving. But once I was gone, especially after I settled in Southern California, I was…

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The Joy of an Unaccomplished Life

We were finger-painting in kindergarten or riding our tricycle in the driveway when the seeds were sown into the soil of our young hearts. The songs on the radio fertilized them. TV shows watered them. And so they grew. They blossomed. They spread—these seeds called by names such as…


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Why ‘Love Thy Body’ Is Such a Timely Call

There is vivid line at the start of N. T. Wright’s Paul and His Recent Interpreters:

Trying to describe what was going on in Pauline theology used to be like trying to board a moving train. It is now more like trying to describe a box of fireworks seven seconds after someone has thrown a match into it. (26)

As many of us try to follow the rapidly developing cultural debates around the ethics of life, sexuality, and gender, we feel the same bewilderment and sense of danger. Happily, a number of resources have arrived to describe and analyze those debates and help craft the church’s response.

Quite rightly, a number have focused on the specific issue of transgenderism and, more specifically still, on…

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Why ‘Love Thy Body’ Is Such a Timely Call

What connects so many of our culture’s hot-button issues? A diminished view of the body.

N. T. Wright Wants to Reintroduce You to Paul

Wright paints Paul as a person: a real individual with ups and downs, agendas and complexities, hopes and fears.

How Google, Amazon, and Facebook Shape Your Mind

Stewardship of our minds isn’t less important than stewardship of our bodies.

Does God Care Where You Go to College?

Choosing a college can be incredibly exciting, but also incredibly difficult.
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