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Jesus Was a Refugee, Too

This is post 2 of 4 in the series “theology of suffering” Jesus was a refugee. That’s something to think about today as the global refugee crisis generates so much discussion. In many war-torn countries, people are being forced from their towns and cities and into refugee camps, either within their own

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Young Artist Sings Old Hymn for President Trump

Those attending the Inaugural Prayer Service at the Washington National Cathedral for President Donald Trump received a thrill (and returned a standing ovation) from an unlikely source. Marlana VanHoose—20 years old, blind and moderately cerebral-palsied—lifted her magnificent voice in praise to the three-in-one God with a splendid rendition of How

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Red Dawn of “Human Machines”

For centuries, the history of technological development was largely driven by Christ followers motivated by their belief-system to ease human labor, reduce human suffering, and generally improve the lives of imago Dei humans. Technological development has often been inspired by the biblical concept of shalom. More recently, after several generations

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Christmas: The Hauntingly Holy Night

Tragically, Christmas in the West has been demoted to the ultimate consumer holiday. The depravity of this modern rendition of Christmas is exhibited in the chaos and violence of Black Friday shopping. Is this what we, and Christmas, have been reduced to? So much for “peace on earth and goodwill

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Should Christians Use Kittel?

This is post 4 of 4 in the series “Nazi theologian” A Nazi named Gerhard Kittel was the editor of the TDNT, the highly acclaimed Theological Dictionary of the New Testament. Should that mean anything? What lessons should we take away from this bizarre historical fact? The Divide of the church in

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