Darrow Miller and Friends

Tag: History

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Core Doctrines of the New Religion: Group Identity and Cultural Relativism

This is post 5 of 6 in the series “cultural roots campus rage” The new religion we are exploring in this series is underpinned by a set of unquestioned worldview assumptions, or “givens” that frame everything else. As I’ve studied the new religion over the past few years, four major

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How an ORDINARY PERSON Shaped History

History is built by ordinary people. Last September we published The BERLIN WALL and the Unlikely Power of A Monday Church. The post described the role of Pastor Christian Fuhrer and his Saint Nikolai Evangelical Lutheran Church in triggering the fall of the Berlin wall. Recently, a friend read that post

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Into Freedom or Bondage … Which Way the West?

Many Western societies, though founded on biblical worldview and principles, are now considered post-Christian. Europe is utterly atheistic; the United States is following suit. Sadly, the modern West lives in the present. Many Christians today function from near memory. They unconsciously operate from biblical principles, but make no connection between

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Articles of Interest

“Letting Gravity Do Its Work” by Mike Metzger of the Clapham Institute is an excellent article about God’s passion for the lost, and how if we will do our best to help all people flourish God will do His work of drawing them back to Himself when they have gone

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