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Why Joni Eareckson Tada Praises God for Not Healing Her

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For as long as I can remember, I was into sports. Whether racking up swimming medals, slamming a tennis ball with my wicked backhand, or being voted “best athlete” in my senior class, I had found my niche, my life. I was an athlete, and it defined everything about me, even the major I planned on declaring in college.  But athleticism can push a person too far. Only a month after high-school graduation, I broke my…
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5 Reasons to Disentangle Sexuality and Race

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“You’re on the wrong side of history.” These words cut Christians seeking to defend orthodox Christian sexual ethics to the heart. The implication is clear: the gay-rights movement is the new civil-rights movement. Failing to embrace gay marriage now is like opposing mixed-race marriage then. Christians invoked the Bible to justify their racism then, and they’re using the Bible to justify their homophobia now. Hold your ground on this…

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Why You Need the Lord’s Supper Frequently

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The Lord’s Supper looks forward to the eternal feast where our redemption will be consummated.

The Book I Keep Rereading—Even though It Gets Less Funny Each Time

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C.S. Lewis shines the light of Christian reflection on sin and temptation in revealing and disturbing ways.

Atticus Finch: Civil-Rights Hero or Stereotypical Racist?

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‘Complex’ is the best word for the history of civil rights in the South.

How a New Interpretation of Paul Misses the Mark

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For Paul, the Kingdom is not merely a future expectation. It has already broken into history at the resurrection
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