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Question Tuesday: What about Women?

Did you get a chance to see my post over at Thinking through Christianity? “Slaves, Women & Homosexuals: The Gender Debate and Biblical Interpretation” It posted on a Saturday—making it easy to miss—because it took me much of the week to write … Continue reading

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Flashback Friday: My Bible translators can beat up your Bible translators.

Just kidding. So this post isn’t actually about Bible translation snobbery. But it easily could be, cuz we all know people who… Or was I the only high school church kid who sometimes thought Christianity was about how awesome I … Continue reading

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When the Church Is More Cultural than Christian

So, I’m reading this excellent biography of Bonhoeffer right now, and I’ve been mulling this question. Well, I guess it’s twofold, really. Background: You probably know this already, but just in case. In Nazi Germany the German church pretty much … Continue reading

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Does the Bible say anything about not using obscenities?

Does the Bible say anything about not using obscenities? We limit what music our teenage boys can download. Obviously, we do not allow songs that glorify extra marital sex, violence and the use of foul language. My 17 year-old wanted … Continue reading

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