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If Jesus Wrote a Support Letter

“Dear Ministry Partners, A little more than 40 days ago I was abandoned by all of my followers, condemned as a criminal, and publicly executed. I really had a tough week. However, the tomb I was once in is now empty, and I have since shown myself and my glorified body to more than 5,000 people! I’m happy to report that, as a result, I am now running about 120 followers (though we would have liked to see more, given the uniqueness of the resurrection…
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Should Christians Try to ‘Own’ the Other Side?

It began, as these things typically do, with a time-wasting scroll down my Facebook wall. A video clip, already liked and commented on by thousands, caught my eye. A well-known conservative personality was speaking on a campus. The headline: “_______ Totally Owns Liberals at ______.” I watched the clip and nodded along with the person’s arguments. I thought about sharing it. But then I thought about…

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What Christians Should Do When the Nations Rage
Psalm 2 opens with the question, “Why do the nations rage and the peoples plot in vain?” Jonathan Leeman’s study of Christian faith and politics, How the Nations Rage: Rethinking Faith and Politics in a Divided Age , is cast as an extended meditation on this passage, which provides this answer: “The kings of the earth set themselves, and the rulers take counsel together, against the LORD and against his Anointed, saying, ‘Let us burst their bonds apart and cast away their cords from us.’” Therefore, Leeman—editorial director at 9Marks [read their…
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What Christians Should Do When the Nations Rage

Jonathan Leeman’s new book is filled with wise insights into hard questions. Let it help you navigate this divided

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What if the liberal quest to expand our liberty is actually eroding our liberties?

How the ‘City’ Theme Opens Better Biblical Views

God’s original goal was to dwell with his people in a holy city.

Living the Christian Life with C. S. Lewis

The best books about C. S. Lewis make us want to turn to Lewis himself.
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