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Take 3

An interview with John Buchanan

John Buchanan, who received the David Steele Distinguished Writer award for his contributions as a church writer, is a former moderator of the General Assembly and is widely known in church circles for his work as editor of… 510 more words

Inspired to Love

http://bible.com/37/jhn.14.26.CEB

We cannot claim to know God based on our human faculties, for all we are able to perceive are but glimpses.

Ultimately God isn’t something (or someone)that we can see, hear, smell, or touch — when it comes to the ineffibly divine, we cannot tangibly grasp the totality of the mind, the power, especially the love of God. 224 more words

Christianity

Seek Ye First the Rat Park

Hey there Superfriends and Blogofans!

I’m delighted to report that I have an article that’s just been published for Unbound: An Interactive Journal of Christian Social Justice… 129 more words

J. R. Miller - The Necessity of Daily Bible Reading (Christian devotional)

J. R. Miller – The Necessity of Daily Bible Reading (Christian devotional)

Colossians 3:16 Let the message of Christ dwell among you richly as you teach and admonish one another with all wisdom through psalms, hymns, and songs from the Spirit, singing to God with gratitude in your hearts. 270 more words

Using “Anti-BDS” Laws To Protect Israeli Settlements

In the wake of the collapse of the last round of Israeli-Palestinian talks last April, it’s become widely accepted that the continuing growth of Israeli settlements is a key obstacle to an agreement. 154 more words

AIPAC

Is Calvinism the Savior of American Christianity?


Growing up Pentecostal I didn’t know much about Presbyterians. Although, I always enjoyed hearing the joke, “It sure is quiet in this Presbyterian Church,” uttered from the pulpit. 775 more words

Jesus

J. R . Miller - The Necessity of Daily Prayer (Christian devotional)

J. R . Miller – The Necessity of Daily Prayer (Christian devotional)

Matthew 6:6 But when you pray, go into your room, close the door and pray to your Father, who is unseen. 288 more words